Consider these two facts: First, the cost of heating and cooling the average American household makes up about 50% of each home’s energy bill, on average. Second, the average American household pays about $700 per year on natural gas to power their home cooling and home heating systems.
In other words, the average American homeowner pays a lot of money to keep their house at a comfortable temperature, even when the price of natural gas is exceptionally low. So if you feel like you’ve been paying way too much money on your home heating system this winter, you probably have been — and you’re not alone.
Fortunately, it’s not too late to take some preventative measures to lower the cost of your heating bills for the rest of the winter. Here are just a few money-saving tips to get you started:
If you’ve done all of these things and you still feel like you’re paying too much to heat your house this winter, it never hurts to call up your local HVAC repair services and get some advice on which home heating options will be the most energy-efficient for your house. Every house is different, and the most efficient heating option will naturally vary from house to house as well. Buying a brand new system may seem expensive at first, but as long as you get the best option available, it’ll be an investment that ends up paying for itself.
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