- Stop the drafts: If the air surrounding the front or back door feels chilly, you’re likely suffering from under-the-door drafts. Don’t worry though; the remedy is simple. Just buy or make a draft stopper.
- Warm the windows: In addition to looking good and providing privacy, window drapes also help warm the house. After all, hanging drapes is like hanging a blanket from the ceiling.
- Caulk those cracks: According to the U.S. Department of Energy, caulking air leaks can shave 5%–10% off your heating bill. Caulking around window crevices is an especially helpful way to keep the heat inside.
Heat Your Home for Less: Insulating Counts
heating unit less this year by practicing the following guidelines:It’s officially November, and the temperatures in Dayton, OH, have taken their cue to begin dropping. Let’s start this cold-weathered season right by reviewing some ways to save money on heating. Insulating is Key Insulating is a hot winter trend. Run your