How to save money on your heating bills?

With the winter well and truly here and the colder weather fast approaching, the team at Heatworks have some advice on how to save money on heating. Our range of tips will help you to prepare for the colder months and should you also be looking to save money on your heating too, you’re in the right place. Rather than jumping straight to your heating to warm the house up, there’s a few household items you can use instead. It’s as simple as that, and it will help you to save you money on your bills.

As plumbing and heating specialists, at Heatworks, we deal with a range of issues on a day to day basis when it comes to heating. Whilst these tips will not replace your heating full time, but they could save you a few hours each day or week. Instead of coming in from work and turning the heating on, why don’t you try out our tips for a week or so and see if they help. We hope that they give you some ideas on what you need to do in order to stay warm, as well as saving money to spend elsewhere.

6 things you should do before turning the heating on

If you feel the cold really easily or are simply looking for ways to cut back on property costs, start with your heating, there’s a number of ways that you can warm your house up with little or no cost. If you’d like to reduce bills and stay warm, here’s six things to do before turning the heating on, they’re simply tasks or household items that you can use to help reduce your heating bills and stay warmer for longer…

  • Close the doors in your home – use draft excluders
  • Blankets – get snug and save money!
  • Wear a fleece or jumper
  • Hot water bottle
  • Eat warm meals and drink hot drinks
  • Leave the oven door open after baking

Likewise, with your oven door, another way you can keep your home warm is by taking a shower with the door open, if no one is in, or you’re comfortable to leave it half open, this is a great way to increase the heat. Not only that it will also allow the steam to spread through your home instead of being closed off in one room.

Further advice

For further advice and information on the plumbing and heating services we offer across Southampton and the surrounding areas, please be sure to get in touch. If you have any problems with your heating or require professional advice, our team will be more than happy to help. As experienced heating engineers, we’re dedicated to helping all of our clients across Heatworks and the surrounding areas. Have one less thing to worry about and come to Heatworks for all of your heating needs. Call us now!

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