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14 Tips on How to Save Money on your Heating Bills

Sunday, September 01, 2013

Were you among those of us who didn't or couldn't take advantage of the tax rebates to buy a new more efficient heating system? Whether you did or you didnt, the tough economic times are making us all take a hard look at what we can do to save money on our bills. Even if you're just looking for ways to go greener, there are steps you can take that cost little to no money and can save you quite a bit on your heating costs.  

First, here are some things you can do for free that work well:

Turn down that thermostat. You may be able to save as much as 10% on your heating bill if you lower the temperature when you leave for work and when you go to bed at night.

Turn down the water heater. Lowering the temperature to 115 to 120 degrees may not be noticeable to you but can really add up in savings.

Check for blocked heating vents. Make sure that the heat you are using is circulating throughout the room.

Use curtains and shades to your advantage. Open them during the day to let in the sun's rays and close them at night to reduce drafts.  More

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