1. Thermostat Control
2. Invest in Energy Efficiency
3. Insulate Well
Don't let drafts raise your energy bill. If you have older windows, you should consider replacing them, however, this can get expensive.
If you can’t afford to buy and install the new multi-pane energy-efficient windows, try plastic sheeting. Window insulation kits may not look pretty, but they can help increase the energy efficiency of your home. In addition, you can close the curtains over them, adding an extra layer of protection.
Other ways to stop the cold air from getting into your home include caulking around window frames and door frames, lowering entry door thresholds by using a physical barrier to stop the draft and insulating non-heated spaces such as the basement.
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