Money Saving  for Your Home  

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  • Cover all bare floors. Carpeting or rugs add to comfort and heat retention, especially if there is little or no floor insulation.

  • Raise the temperature slowly to keep your bill lower. Quickly raising your heat pump's temperature activates the heat strip, which uses tons of

  • Set your thermostat to 68-70 degrees during the day in the winter, and 65-68 degrees at night to keep your home comfortable and save on heating

  • Close the flue in your fireplace and install glass doors to keep in the warm air.

  • Limit your use of portable heaters. They’re great for "spot" heating, but running a 1,500-watt heater 24/7 can be expensive.

  • Keep your thermostat close to the outside temperature – it’s cheaper to keep your home at 70°F when it’s 50°F outside than when it’s 30°F.

  • Don’t block air vents with drapes and furniture.

  • Get an energy-efficient heat pump and you could cut your heating costs in half.

  • Change the filters in your heating system every month for optimum efficiency.

  • Give your air compressor space to work efficiently. Never stack anything against your HVAC or drape anything over it.

  • Set your thermostat to 60 degrees if going on vacation during the winter months, but don’t turn it off.

  • Heat your home with the sun's help. Leave window shades or blinds open during the daytime. And consider using solar heat to supplement your
    normal heating source.

  • Lower your thermostat every time you leave the house.
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