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TIME FOR AN UPGRADE

Did you know that the kitchen is one of the most energy-intensive rooms in the home?

Choose energy efficient Smeg appliances to help lower your bills and reduce your energy consumption.

DISCOVER OUR MOST ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLIANCES

SMEG'S TOP TIPS FOR MAKING SAVINGS IN THE KITCHEN

Simple changes can have a big impact

Switch it off

Leaving household appliances on standby can cost around £55 / year*². Save by switching them off at the mains when not in use.

Time for an upgrade

If you've had your appliance for over 10 years, chances are it's not very energy efficient. Consider upgrading to a newer, better performing model.

Turn down the temperature

Washing your clothes at a lower temperature of 30 ° and doing one run per week less / year, can save around £28 / year*² on your energy bill. 

Size matters

It’s no surprise that the bigger your appliance, the more electricity it uses. A smaller fridge will use less energy than a larger one, even if it has the same energy rating, so choose what’s suitable for your needs.

Use what you need

We all love a cuppa, but many of us tend to overfill our kettles which can add around £11 / year*² to your electricity bill. Try a Smeg Mini Kettle with a smaller 800 mL capacity to help keep costs down.

*² Source: Energy Saving Trust (2022).

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