When you own your own home, you know that paying for a house is more than just writing a check for the mortgage each month. You have to pay for upkeep, maintenance, and, of course, utilities to keep your home comfortable. Water, heating, cooling … those utility bills can be expensive!
In 2012, the US Department of Energy found that on average, Americans were spending around $3,052 annually on home utility costs. Of that, the largest percentage of the money you spend (48%) goes to heating and cooling your home. Sometimes it feels like being warm in the winter and cool in the summer just isn’t worth it when you see that bill in the mail! But there are many ways you can keep your home comfortable without breaking the bank. Here are 10 easy ways to reduce your heating and cooling costs:
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