Winter energy woes come in many forms. Windows can leak, heating systems can work overtime, lighting usage rises, and you may need an indoor humidifier to counter the effects of dry air on hair and skin. It all results in higher costs. But there are ways to save on both dollars and energy. U.S. News offers 10 easy things you can do to cope, and the Department of Energy offers fall and winter energy savings tips.
Of course, if you have an older home that is just an energy-wasting monster, maybe it’s time to move on to something newer or more efficient. Vanguard Realty Associates can help. Stop wearing gloves, jackets and hats around the house. Give us a call!