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The Smarter Choice

Armagh Electrical.com has produced this catalogue to help you choose a smarter appliance that saves you money while helping to save the environment. All the appliances listed in this section of our site have achieved the Energy Saving Trusts accreditation for their efficiency. This blue triangle symbol sets the standards to which manufacturers aspire.. Together we can make little changes in the home add up to a greater lasting contribution. To this end we have included some easy, helpful tips on energy saving.

Energy Efficient Kitchen Appliances

Fridges and Freezers are the hardest working appliances in your kitchen, changing these two appliances to energy efficient models would save you 48 and 185Kg of Co2 a year!*

5 Ways to Save Money and Energy in your Kitchen

  • Use the half load feature on your dishwasher when possible
  • Turn your dishwasher off before it completes its drying cycle
  • Keep your refrigeration well stocked,and it will run more efficiently
  • Dont place cooking appliances next to refrigeration
  • Defrost your fridge regularly to help it run efficiently

 

Energy Efficient Laundry Appliances

Wed be lost without our washing machines but by just reducing the temperature on a cycle from 30 to 40 degrees youll use 40% less electricity!

5 Ways to Save Money and Energy in your Laundry Room

Switch off the standby function when finished
If its dry and theres time hang your clothes outside to dry
Wash a full load if you can
Use the economy programme if you have one
Dont overload your dryer, this will reduce efficiency

Energy Efficient Home Entertainment

Televisions have only recently started to receive Energy Saving Trust Accreditation. An LCD (liquid crystal display) will save you 60% in energy over a conventional TV, the latest LED (light emitting diode) will give another 40% over an LCD.

5 Ways to Save Money and Energy in Home Entertainment

  • Switch off the standby function when finished
  • Switch off all your other AV devices while on holiday.
  • A Plasma TV creates a lot of heat so turn down your heating
  • Consider turning off digital sound speakers when watching tv rather than a DVD
  • Make sure your TV has good ventilation

Greener Retailers

Armagh Electrical and Dalzells of Markethill are accredited as Energy Saving Trust retailers. Therefore, you can be sure well give you a fantastic choice and the best advice available when making a decision. All our appliances feature an energy rating, helping you make an accurate comparison. If youve any questions about energy efficiency contact us.

* Figures provided by the Energy Saving Trusts website 2009

To learn more about European Union Energy Labels. Theres more Energy Saving tips available at recycle - www.reycle-more.co.uk and www.recycle.co.uk .



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