I t's that time of year when the heat indoors goes up and that means your energy bill goes up right along with it.
C onsumers Energy wants to remind customers how to save money on their heating bill this Winter.
C heck all of your vents and be sure there's nothing obstructing them.
P ull down your curtains at night and check for worn down weather strip s around windows.
I f you don't have a programmable thermostat, lower it when you leave for work no more more than 10 degrees than normal.
B e sure to change your furnace filters regu l a r ly because build up can happen in just a few months.
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