It’s Big Energy Saving Week starting on the 26th October 2015, something that BabyDam are big supporters of. This national campaign is about helping people cut down on their fuel bills in any way that they can, and to get all of the financial help that they are entitled to. The week primarily focuses on raising public awareness of switching energy/supplier tariffs to get the very best deals available to you. As well as this, it’s about providing everyone with tips & tricks to save more money & energy and to stay warm this winter. Being a company passionate about saving energy, time & money, this is where BabyDam comes in.
As a parent time, money & water is something that we’re all short of. Time pushed parents will opt for the easiest option available to them at the time without thinking about the potential costs further down the line. But with rising costs in water & energy, climate change & water shortages we have to do everything we can to save the extra pennies that could be spent on something more worthwhile. BabyDam Bathwater Barrier will save water, save heating, save time and save money – indeed BabyDam will pay for itself over and over again whilst giving years of faithful service. Below are the statistics in money that you will save if you use a BabyDam for an infant & a toddler.
Using the figures above a BabyDam being used once every day for a year would, therefore, save 10,220 litres of water per child and a BabyDam being used for up to two and a half years would save an impressive 25,550 litres of water per child!! Using BabyDam to bath your baby will make a genuine reduction to every parent’s household heating bill and collectively can make a substantial contribution to the nation’s energy saving requirement. You can find out more about saving water with a BabyDam & the saving water initiatives here.
Whatever you choose to pledge this week, think smart, act fast & save, and you’ll notice a difference whether small or big in your bills that will help make life that bit easier for everyone! What are your tips for saving money & fuel? Please do comment below or let us know on our Facebook page or Twitter!