10 Ways of Cutting Down Your Heating Bill

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There is no doubt that heating cost is skyrocketing. As a result more austerity measures like using radiators are becoming more prevalent than ever. People are looking for means to cut down their heating bill and the use of radiators always tops the must-do thing.

The truth is that: there are possible and inexpensive means to cut down your bill all throughout the winter season, the use of radiators is one. Plus, you don’t have to go bankrupt first or scammed to learn your lessons because with the following ideas and tips to learn, you will manage.

Practical and Easy to Do Ways to Cut Your Heating Bill

  1. Though home improvements can be the solution, cleaning your furnace is a smarter thing to do before anything else. Cleaning your furnace means making it more efficient. This is proven to be effective measure will always remind you how it dramatically changes your heating bill.
  2. If your air filter is old, it needs replacement right away. This is connection to the furnace because if your furnace is not clean the air lifter will be blocked and it will cause damage.
  3. If you have ceiling fans at home, you should consider using it. For the record, ceiling fans actually draw warm air that will circulate in your home.
  4. Again to cut costs, make sure that you use your washing or dishwasher as quickly as possible to avoid more usage of electricity.
  5. During the morning, don’t miss the natural light coming from the sun. If you let solar energy in your home, your place will be all warmed up and it is a nice feeling.
  6. Make sure that you have insulated the water heater. For the record, there are insulated water heaters that are more energy efficient and if you are not using the latest version, you better opt for a new one.
  7. You have to use compact fluorescent lighting as it can be likened to natural light. Compact fluorescent lighting is a good choice if you are not a fan of incandescent light bulbs. Plus they last longer which is good enough reason.
  8. Use one of the programmable radiators as they work better and produce better results. Now only will you save or cut down your heating bill but you will also acquire a furniture piece that is set for everything.
  9. If you find leaks, you need to seal them all. This can be really frustrating but if you clean deal with your home, you must have to be reassuring about things in life.
  10. Finally, if you are using any of the radiators, turn it off if you are done using it. Such final rule is in fact considered the rule of thumb and by using them only when needed you are saving a lot of energy and electricity.


What is there more to learn? You will never run out of things to learn but at least you get yourself immersed with the ten possible ways of cutting your heating bill at your home (interesting to know is that the Dutch term is Energiebesparing woning), plus, radiators will give you a head start.

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Updated: February 17, 2011 — 6:46 pm