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Keep Warm and Save on Your Energy Bills


Both the colder weather and the ongoing health crisis combine to keep us indoors this winter -- which means the possibility of higher energy bills from keeping lights, computers, and heat on all day. The extra costs could be challenging, but don’t despair!! Before you ask everyone in your home to wear a parka and read by candlelight, we have some tips that can keep you warm AND help you save on your energy bill.


First things first.

Keeping your home healthy is of paramount importance, especially now. The REME Halo air purifier is designed to protect your home from 99% of germs, bacteria, and viruses -- including COVID-19. Viruses thrive in the cold weather, but you don’t have to let them thrive in your home! 


Make sure your home isn’t leaking heat. 

If you can feel a draft coming in, that means warm air is also seeping out. The most common culprits are windows and doors, followed by electrical outlets, baseboards, and attic hatches. For a quick and easy tutorial, YouTube offers this “How to Install Weather Stripping” video.


Keeping your curtains closed can also help -- but you may want to open them during sunny days to take advantage of the sun’s natural warmth.


Turn the thermostat down.

Lowering your thermostat by just seven to 10 degrees for eight hours a day can save you money -- up to 10 percent annually. For another 10 percent savings, consider lowering the thermostat by 10 to 15 degrees at night. A programmable thermostat can help.


Maintain your filters.

A dirty filter must work harder, thus costing you more money. Some filters can be cleaned and replaced, but others need to be replaced after a certain amount of usage. Scheduling regular preventative maintenance is the best way to be sure your home’s heating system is running in tip-top shape.