Energy & Cost Saving HEATING TIPS:
Set your thermostat as low as you can find comfortable.
Make sure that warm air registers, baseboard heaters, or radiators are not blocked by furniture, carpeting or drapes.
Place heat-resistant radiator reflectors between exterior walls and the radiators.
Turn off kitchen, bath, and ventilating fans as soon as they have done their job (so they don't remove any more heated or cooled air than is necessary).
Keep draperies and shades open on south-facing windows during the heating season to allow sunlight in. Close them at night to reduce heat losses.
Close off unoccupied rooms, and turn down the heating for these rooms.
Add insulation to heating system ductwork that is in cold basements or attic spaces.
Use duct tape to seal ductwork that leaks hot air at joints, etc. (use UL approved tape that will last longer).
Add insulation above the ceiling, inside walls, and beneath floors.
Add caulking and weather-stripping.
Install storm windows, insulating shutters, or drapes.
Install storm or insulating doors.
If you use electricity for heating, consider installing a heat pump.
Install an air-tight wood stove.
Convert to an energy-efficient oil or gas furnace.
Consider a solar heating system.
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