Which Appliances Use The Most Electricity?
What are the appliances that we use everyday that use the most electricity? If you can name the top two or three appliances that use the most electricity would be helpful.
In our home the heating and cooling system by far uses the most energy. No matter what season it is, it seems like we either have the heater or the a/c running. Next offender is our dryer, and then the oven. There are many ways to reduce usage and alleviate costs.
In my house the stove & dryer use the most. I have started using small kitchen appliances ( crock pot, electric griddle and toaster oven) to save money and I started using a clothesline instead of the dryer.
in summer air conditioner pulls a lot of electricity. Electric heat in winter.
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