5 Hot Tips to Keep You Warm this Winter
From: ENERGY STAR
Keeping your home warm has a big energy impact—taking up the biggest portion of your annual utility bill. Energy used in the average home results in 24,100pounds of CO2 emissions per year, costing you more than $2,000.
As a part of ENERGY STAR’s annual heating season outreach, here are 5 Hottest Tips to Keep You Warm:
1. Keep the cold out and the warm in
2. Heat your home efficiently
3. Program for savings
4. Make “bright” choices for lighting
5. Save energy while enjoying the football season
See more at www.energystar.gov/heating.
You can also check out ENERGY STAR’s Rule Your Attic—an effort to help more homeowners to measure and improve their attic insulation, which could result in up to 20 percent on heating bills.
The Heating Season Footprint Infographic can be viewed here.