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5 Ways To Save On Winter Home Heating

By John Amigo / in , /

On a cold winter day, the thought of staying indoors, comfortable and cozy, thanks to your home's heating, is wonderful. Then you get the heating bill, and you feel like you can't enjoy it anymore. Fortunately, with these tricks, you can reduce the amount of heating fuel your home uses, improve your heating system's efficiency, and save money on heating. Read on for tips. 

Save Money And Enjoy The Coziness Of Your Home 

  • Avoid Air Leaks

Drafty windows, doors, and attics allow cold air in and warm air out. Therefore, it's critical to seal leaks to keep the heat inside. Otherwise, your HVAC unit will take longer to heat your interior. Start by checking the weather stripping on windows and doors, and replace them if they are worn. By sealing air leaks, you can achieve energy savings of about 30%.

  • Insulate Your House

Insulation is perhaps the key component to keeping a home warm in winter and cool in summer. To save money, ensure you have the right level of insulation in the attic and between interior walls. Heat losses can add about 30 percent to energy bills.

  • Use Your Fireplace

Fireplaces will never go out of style and are excellent sources of heat to warm a room in a matter of minutes. However, fireplaces have their drawbacks. Like air leaks in drywall and unfinished attic spaces, an open fireplace damper when not in use is an invitation for warm air to escape and cold air to enter your home. 

  • Lowering The Thermostat

Adjusting your thermostat can drastically reduce your heating bill is a smart way to go. Lowering the thermostat by up to 10 degrees can help you save up to 10% a year on heating. Some of the best times to lower the thermostat are at bedtime and before you leave for work in the morning.

  • Change The Filters

If you have a forced-air heating system, there is likely a filter that traps dust and other small particles in the furnace. As the heating system is used in the winter, the filter can become quite dirty, affecting the efficiency of your heating system.

Save Money This Holiday Working With Brighton Air Corporation

If you're struggling with high bills or low performance in your HVAC unit, Brighton Air Corporation has the solution for you. We are qualified HVAC contractors with an experienced team of technicians ready to repair, maintain, and replace your HVAC unit before the cold season starts. Enjoy peace of mind with a trusted HVAC repair company. Contact us! 


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