To celebrate the first freezing day of the winter season, gear up for even colder days with these tips that will keep your home warm this winter and save you money. Not only will you be reducing your energy bill, but you will also be contributing towards a clean energy economy!
1. Turn down the thermostat at night
Turn down the thermostat 10 degrees at night, and opt for an extra sweater and some flannel sheets to stay warm at night. Don't have a programmable thermostat and want one for free? Schedule a no-cost home energy assessment to get a free programmable thermostat among many other energy saving measures.
2. Decorate for the holidays with LED string lights
LED lights use 75% less energy than incandescent lights- which translates to savings for your home! Upgrade your lightbulbs and save energy and money.
3. Get your home insulated
When is the last time your home was insulated? Cold air seeps through doors, walls, floors, the roof... or any other crevice you can imagine. Contact us to sign up for a FREE home energy assessment to see where you can make improvements!
4. Weather-proof your windows
30% of the heat in your home can leave just through the windows. Upgrade your windows or weather proof them for big savings.
5. Open the curtains!
Don't underestimate natural energy- sunlight! Keep your curtains open to have your home naturally heated and enjoy the sunlight.
Interested in more ways that you can save money and energy?
Contact us at All in Energy and learn what options you may have!
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