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Heating 'myths' people urged to stop believing to save money on energy bills

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A heating expert has warned people in the UK about some common energy myths that he claims everyone should stop believing. Millions of households are trying to slash their bills in order to cope with the cost of living crisis and soaring prices, so being more aware of the energy usage in your home is more important than ever.

But it can be hard to know which techniques actually work, and which ones are ineffective. To help people with this, the Express spoke with a heating expert to find out the most common heating myths in the UK.

Nigel Best, director of electrical training provider Electrician Courses 4U has shared his expertise on certain things that we should stop believing in order to keep bills down.

You might think that using an electric heater will cost less than putting the heating on, but doing this can add to your bills "considerably".Nigel said: "For years many people have believed that plugging in a mobile electric heater is cheaper than using their heating.

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