3 Ways To Stay Warm This Winter

Posted on January 10th, 2018 by Devine Bros

As winter bears it’s cold force down on the Northeast, it’s becoming very apparent that we’re going to once again be looking for ways to stay warm while mother nature drops ice and snow over our heads. At home, staying warm is usually just cranking up the heat — but as we know too well, this can raise your heating prices by a significant number. To combat this from happening, check below to see a few ways to make sure you’re staying warm at a low cost!

Get A Heating Tune-Up

If you’re thinking about why your heating bill is so high, the answer might be pretty clear when inspected. If you haven’t gotten a tune-up in quite some time, your heating unit might be working a bit harder to keep you warm — which could therein be driving up the price of your heating costs! Make sure to schedule a check-up as soon as possible to ensure you’re getting the most out of your unit.

Insulate Your Home

Thinking about your home is something everyone should do once or twice — and even more in the winter! If you’re feeling cold air near your windows or near edges of the room, you might have a draft due to poor insulation. Think about having new windows installed or a quick check to make sure there isn’t anything out of the ordinary that could be letting cold air in.

Choose A Cleaner Fuel

Heating your home can be expensive, and if you’re the type of person to need the heat all the way up, it’s probably a good idea to look into a cleaner option for burning your oil during this season. Consider adding Bioheat to your heating unit and burn efficiently at a lower cost!


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