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How To Stay Warm: 25 Frugal Tips For Keeping Warm (UPDATED)

Saturday, March 11, 2017 10:05
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  In the quest of saving money without sacrificing your comfort, many homeowners and renters alike are searching for ways to stay warm this winter without turning on, or turning up the heating at home. If you’ve been searching for how to keep warm on a tight budget, save on your energy bills this winter whilst remaining […]

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  • Kiara

    That are awesome tips! I didn’t know some of them, for example that installing special window treatments can capture and retain heat within my home. That’s also a great tip to add insulation in the attic. I think I can try this. Also it’s important not to forget about heating tune up (http://www.summitheatingco.com/denver-heating-tune-up/) That can seriously save your bills, I always use it for my house in Denver. For many homeowners, wintertime is the time of year when they are tempted the most to turn their thermostats up to the highest setting possible in order to keep all of those cold drafts at bay. While this may seem like a good idea, it is not. Constantly setting the thermostat to a high temperature during the wintertime will cause a big spike in energy bills.

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