It is almost winter and many families are gearing up for colder weather. Heating a home can mean higher gas and electric bills, which can chip away at any money saving efforts made during the warmer months. Taking time to make sure your home is ready for the winter will help lower your heating costs and keep you on a frugal track.
Once you have your home prepared you can prepare yourself. Many people keep their heat turned on much higher than it needs to be. By changing your own behavior you can be warm and comfortable inside a cooler home.
Keep your thermostat turned down to 65*F and follow these simple tips to keep your heating costs low.
I hope these tips will help you be prepared for a cold winter without sending your heating costs through the roof. By making simple changes you can stay warm and stay frugal all winter long.