In colder months grass doesn’t grow as quickly, so should be left long and then cut shorter over the spring and summer. The exception to this is in drought when leaving your grass longer will help it retain moisture. If you’ve let your grass grow particularly long over winter, the first cut of the year should also be high.
The data we use to work out energy and water costs come from a range of reliable international sources to give an average figure. Figures are rounded up or down to the nearest whole number.
* Total amounts potentially saved do not include lighting in individual rooms, or use of secondary heating.
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