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Mar 27, 2022

How to Tell What Appliances Are Using the Most Electricity?

Certain inventions make our lives easier. One of these inventions was electricity. However, we know that every good thing comes with a price. This is a financial price for many people. High electricity usage and unstrategic usage reflect on the electricity bill negatively. Did you know that it is easy to lower that number on your bill? With the right equipment and skilled electricians, you’ll have money and time saved.

Electricity Pulled by Daily Devices

According to the US Department of Energy, about 10% of appliance energy usage occurs while the device is off. The electricity used by our most electricity using devices like boiler, air conditioner, refrigerator, dishwasher, television, microwave, and lighting can be measured with a certain electricity plug monitor.


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What More Problems Could It Cause?

Most of us have heard about electric leakage. Poor wiring is almost inevitable because of the amateur and unskilled work that is done. The poor wiring is the cause of most electricity leaks and your items that require high amounts use more and more electricity with every passing second and this eventually leads to an increase in your electricity bill as well. Not only is it involved with money, but poor wiring causes an increase in the heat among the cables which results in melting. If wiring is constantly heating, this puts the whole house at the risk of burning. Thankfully, to help you avoid such risks and save your time and money, our expert electricians in Mr. Electric are at your service.

What Uses Your Electricity?

Age, model, size, and frequency of usage all have an impact on how much electricity they require. Because of this, it can be difficult to rate the appliances based on how much electricity. In addition to this, some appliances have gas models and this changes the amount of electricity they use. Dryers are good examples of this. However, 10 appliances use most of your electricity. These are electric furnace/boiler, central air conditioner, electric water heater, refrigerator, dryer, electric oven/stove, lighting, dishwasher, television, and microwave.

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This is what makes us unique. We value quality over quantity. We assure your satisfaction and look forward to sharing our experiences with our large group of community and family. Having the right company to do it isn't just important for your time and money, it is important for your health. Don’t risk it, have your electricity wiring checked to avoid any risk and have a safe environment in your house.

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At Mr. Electric, we provide our services not to what we consider our customers but rather to our large family. We do everything we can to help you lower your usage of electricity and avoid any health risks that go with electricity. Our modern equipment and professional electricians help you reach that goal in no time. With our affordable pricing plan, integrating yourself has never been easier. Upon request, we may give you our pricing plans as well. Saving electricity and money doesn’t hurt, just call our services anytime and join our large family today.


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