When it’s too hot or too cold outside, you might find yourself spending a pretty penny on your energy bills. No matter what Mother Nature is up to, here are a few ways to keep energy costs down:
During the winter, heating bills often soar through the roof if you use natural gas to heat your home. Try to keep as much warm air inside as possible by sealing gaps around windows and doors.
Whether it’s time for heat or air conditioning, a programmable thermostat can help improve efficiency. Set your thermostat so that it isn’t as active while you’re away during the day to maximize energy savings and cut down on your energy bills.
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