1. Use your curtains
Open your curtains and let the sunlight get in during the day and shut them before the sun is down. This is the way you get free heat from the sun and keep it inside while it's night.
2. Buy smart heaters
Make an effort and buy heaters with thermostat so you can keep a constant temperature. For us 19 degrees is perfect as we can sleep well during the night - it's not too cold not too hot. If they are too expensive for your budget, then just buy some timers and make your heaters work only every 45 minutes or so instead of all night long.
3. Install insulation
It pays off for you to have insulation in your house - walls, floor and roof - it's not cheap but saves you money in heating bills over time. You may be able to add the cost of insulation to your mortgage or, in some areas, to your rates bill.
4. Clear the area around your heaters
It's best to move your big furniture from around your heater so you allow the heat to spread into the room instead of being absorbed by your sofa for instance.
5. Keep the draught out
This simple solution such as placing a draught stopper against your door or windows can help keep the warmth inside. It's a cheap and quick thing to do and you will see results immediately. Even if you have doors or windows that are narrower or wider than the standard ones I am able to make draught stoppers to your required size for a very affordable price. Shop online or enquire for a quote now.
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