Fall and spring are best known as “swing months,” filled with mornings that call for heated homes and afternoons with open windows and cooler breezes. With days and nights like these, how can homeowners control their energy use?
Always watch the weather. Knowing what will occur later in the day can better help prepare for changes in both temperature and visible conditions.
Don’t forget about daylight savings either. Although it’s already begun, keeping the sun in mind will help heating and cooling as well.
Ensure vents and radiators remain unblocked. Although furniture and rugs may have been moved during the cooler months, be sure to move them back before the heat is turned on.
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