what you can do to reduce heating costs

what you can do to reduce heating costs

  • How To Protect Yourself From Three Public Places That Can Be Dirtier Than A Public Toilet Seat

    Have you ever inwardly cringed when you have had to use the toilet in a public restroom because it seems like such a germ-filled place? Although public toilets do have a lot of germs, they are not one of the dirties places in public. Unfortunately, not all public places keep their common areas and surfaces free of bacteria, germs, and viruses. Here are three public places that can be dirtier than a toilet seat, and what you can do to keep from getting sick.

  • How To Eliminate Unnecessary Garage Door Noise

    If your morning commute begins before the sunrise, then you're fully aware of how much noise your garage door creates during its cycle. When you begin cycling your door, you cringe and hope you don't wake up the other members of your house—or the sleeping baby next door. However, if your door is creating excessive noise, then you must do more than simply hope for a quiet cycle. Follow these tips to keep your door as quiet as possible:

  • Purchasing Appliances? 2 Reasons To Buy That Extended Warranty

    If you are moving into a new home or simply upgrading your existing place, you might be in the market for a fresh set of appliances. After carefully considering size, color, and features, you might be ready to whip out your credit card and order a set. However, you might be taken off-guard when your friendly salesperson asks if you would like to purchase an extended warranty. Here are two reasons that you should say yes, and how it can make your life a whole lot easier down the road.

  • What You Need To Know If You Hear Booms & Cracks In Your Home During Winter

    Early in 2014, the residents of Paris, a small town in Missouri, experienced a phenomenon called cryoseism or frost quake. Frost quakes are caused by sudden freezing temperatures and produce noises ranging from cracks to rumbles and, sometimes, loud booms. A few months later, the Casebolt family in Indiana heard loud cracks and booms inside their home, but for a different reason. They experienced truss lift, which is another phenomenon caused by extreme temperature changes during winter.

  • 4 Reasons You Should Consider a Standby Generator This Winter

    Winter is a nasty time to experience a power outage. Severe cold and icy weather can put your family at serious risk during a prolonged outage. Furthermore, due to the size and severity of major winter storms, it's not uncommon for large groups of people to be without power for days at a time. Fortunately, a standby generator can eliminate all of the risks associated with a winter power outage. Integrating a standby generator into your existing electrical wiring will cause you to take on upfront costs—however, there are a number of compelling reasons why you'll be glad you did when the next winter storm hits.

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what you can do to reduce heating costs

Does your heating bill send you into a state of shock? If so, now is the time for you to begin making changes to your home to bring the cost of heating your home down. In years past, my heating bill was actually more than my mortgage was. It really made getting through the winter difficult for my family. I decided to do something about the high bills. I started with insulation, then invested in some new windows, and I also changed the way that we used our utilities. You can learn everything that I did to reduce my heating bill so that you can cut your heating bill as well.

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