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it's cold in winter Months

Published on 1/6/2016
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How Much Can You Save? Up to $25 per week

Making It Work:

The best and easiest way to save money on your winter heating expenses is by eliminating drafts. Drafts can account for 5 - 30% of your heating bill. There are also many other things you can do to cut back on your heating bill this winter.

? The first step is to eliminate those drafts. Make or purchase “draft snakes” to block the airflow under doorways. You can also use weather stripping around doors and windows. Drafts near your thermostat can be a money-waster as well.


? Change your furnace filter. Furnace filters are easy and inexpensive to replace and should be changed about once per month. Put a note on your calendar to remind yourself to change it. 

? Use ceiling fans. Most people only think of using ceiling fans for cooling, but they also make rooms feels warmer in the winter. Ceiling fans circulate the warm air that is trapped at the top of the room. Some fans even have a switch that allows them to run in reverse, which works even better.


? Give your heating system a tune-up. Just like your car, your furnace could probably use a tune-up. In some areas, utility companies offer free furnace checks. Your furnace installer or manufacturer might do the same.



? Bundle up or layer your clothing. Remember that wearing warmer clothes is much cheaper than having the temperature set too warm on your thermostat. Put on a sweater or sweatshirt and save some dollars! ? Put plastic over your windows. Those inexpensive plastic sheeting kits at the local hardware store really do work and they can help to eliminate drafts. They also add another layer of dead air space to your windows.



There are many inexpensive things you can do to dramatically cut back on your heating bill this winter. These suggestions are both simple and cost-effective. By spending a little time now, you’ll save a bunch of money when the cold weather hits.








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