How to save energy at home
Appliances and lighting are two of the areas in your home where you can have a direct impact on the energy use – and your household bills. But there are other ways that you can be smart in how you use energy.
An LED bulb that’s even more efficient
SOLHETTA LED bulb lasts for up to 25,000 hours – that’s 35% more energy efficient than previous IKEA LED bulbs. If you use a SOLHETTA LED bulb for three hours a day, it’ll be 20 years before you need to change it.
With a drying rack instead of the tumble dryer you can reduce wear and tear, as well as your energy use.
Blinds to insulate your windows
HOPPVALS blinds have a honeycomb structure that traps air, to keep in the heat. This extra insulation may help you to reduce heating costs, especially when combined with a second layer of thicker curtains.
Turn your rooftop into a power station
The complete IKEA Home Solar system is offered together with a carefully selected business partner. With a 5-year performance guarantee, the price makes solar energy an affordable solution for your home.