It’s getting cold out there. And even though you’ll probably be cranking up the thermostat in the coming months, it doesn’t mean your wallet has to take a hit. Follow these tips to save energy and money this winter.
Proper insulation goes a big way to cutting energy costs. Not sure how much insulation your home needs? The U.S. Department of Energy’s handy calculator can help you. If your insulation isn’t adequate, adding more is an easy way to reduce your energy costs.
If your windows or doors have cracks or gaps, the air you’re paying to heat is going out of them. So check your home for gaps, and seal them up to keep warm air in and cool air out.
Install a Programmable Thermostat
Programmable thermostats make it easy to adjust temperatures so it’s warmest when the house is occupied and coolest when it’s not.
From tankless water heaters to washers and dryers, to heating your home, propane is usually a less expensive way to power your daily life than electricity. And with available rebates and coupons, you can save even more when you switch to propane.
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