Ready to save on HVAC cost this winter

The second part of the equation is keeping some consistent thermostat control.

I’m still a bit green when it comes to living up north where the real serious winters live. My first winter was such a stunning shock that all I could do was just try to stay warm however I could. There is just no way to fully prepare a person from the south for what a true northern winter delivers in cold. However, over the couple of years that I’ve lived here, I’ve learned a lot about how to acclimate to the cold. And I’ve learned some things about not having my checking account destroyed over heating costs. Essentially, it comes down to two pretty simple concepts. The first is to be sure that the house is sealed up as tightly as possible. That means good weather stripping for all entrances and even some windows. I also added a great deal of new rolls of insulation to the attic. Then, I went all around the exterior, I mean all of it, to find any place that could let heating out and the cold in. Sealing all these spots up really adds to the overall seal on my home. And I even changed out the storm doors as they were a bit long in the tooth. The second part of the equation is keeping some consistent thermostat control. I’m ready to make sure that the thermostat doesn’t just get jerked around for a bunch of needless heating. I’ll keep it nice and consistent all winter. Just doing this stuff should save me somewhere between 15 and 20 percent on HVAC heating costs this winter.

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