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Save Money By Winterizing Your Home
There are many low-cost things you can do to winterize your home this winter!
Change your furnace filter. Using an electrostatic or HEPA filter will help eliminate airborne particles such as mold, bacteria, viruses, and pollen while also helping your heater run at a more optimum level.
Change the rotation of your ceiling fans to clockwise to push warm air back down into rooms.
Winterize AC and water lines. Drain any water out of the lines. Remove window AC units.
Turn down your water heater. Lowering the temperature to 120 degrees can lower your water heating costs six to ten percent.
Get your HVAC system a tune up. Hire a professional to come out and go over your unit before the weather gets too bad so you won't be stuck in the cold...literally!
Seal up the drafts in windows and doors. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, drafts can waste 5 to 30 percent of your energy use. Roll up a towel or get a more decorative draft snake to put under doors. Caulk windows or add weatherstripping.
Insulate your pipes to prevent freezing and to reduce heating costs. Pre-slit pipe foam can be purchased at most hardware stores.
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