With winter around the corner, now is the time to begin filling and fixing the cracks around your home. Home energy savings should be priority number #1. By following some of the easy tips in the video, you could potentially save yourself a considerable amount of money.
Last year I installed weather stripping all around my windows and doors. By doing this, I saved myself an estimated 400.00. Furthermore, there are other ways to reduce your energy use and bill when it comes to your water heater, thermostat, etc.
In the winter, since our blood becomes a little bit thicker, you can turn down the water heater to a temperature of 120 instead of 125-30 — you won’t even notice the difference, however, you’ll see the difference in your wallet : ) If you have a programmable thermostat, set the temperature to 68 degree when you are home and 58 degree when you leave.
You can always have a home energy audit done on your home to help you find the inefficiencies of your home.
On the second page is a great video on many more ways to save money this winter by winterizing your home.