Canadian residents who live in rural areas or the GTA will find that folding their doors is easier than it might seem.
If you’re living in the city and your doors are open and closed, then the problem is that you’re just too lazy to get rid of them.
A new Canadian research study has found that people who fold their doors can reduce carbon emissions by 50 per cent.
They found that folding a door reduced CO2 emissions by around 50 per celsius (1.6 per cent).
But it also meant that people could still save on air-conditioning bills.
It was thought that folding your doors would be a more environmentally friendly option, but the new research shows that the same door can be folded twice and still generate CO2-equivalent emissions.
There are three main reasons people might fold their door.
First, it’s easier than flipping it.
The researchers found that when people flipped their door they saved 0.7 tonnes of CO2 a year.
Second, it means they can take a break from folding their house.
That’s because they have to move the door to take breaks.
Third, it reduces the chance of someone knocking on your door.
People who fold a door in a way that doesn’t cause damage to the structure can save about $1.15 a week on their heating bills.
The researchers also found that if you fold a wooden door, the wood absorbs a large amount of energy, so that the door is less likely to break in the future.
In a study, the researchers found the savings to be around $4.80 a week.
To help you decide which door to fold, check out this guide to what you should do if you are looking to do something similar in your own house.