Hello, faced with what I believe will be a large bill this year could someone tell me if the hours of saving are supplied at a cheaper rate because there is less kW amperage to be used. The reason I ask is that if I run a tiny night storage heater, one larger one and the water tank at these times - low and behold the water does not run as hot during the next day as it does when I leave the heater tank on all the time.
Ideas for electrical saving would be wonderful please. We are as insulated as we can be. We use the right light saving bulbs, turn off TV's etc., but to no avail. Help. Our house is a large 1960's concrete floored (monstrosity) but we have lined and plasterboarded where possible and insulated where possible. Installed double glazing, put carpets on some of the walls. What to do eh?