Keeping your home warm and cozy is vital for enjoying the winter and keeping your family healthy. With raising heating bills we are all looking for ways to keep our home warm for less. These items will help you keep your home warm all winter long
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10 Items to Keep Your Home Warm In Winter
Window film insulation is a great way to make your home stay warmer by trapping cold air out and even on well-sealed windows it adds an extra layer of insulation.
For even more insulation tape bubble wrap around your windows before adding the shrink window film. This lets light in but keeps traps heat in as well.
Thermal curtains are a great way to trap heat insulate your home or even to split up large rooms to help keep areas warm. Hanging thermal curtains along the walls can also add insulation to keep your family warm and cozy.
Adding weather stripping to windows and doors is a great way to keep the cold air from seeping into cracks around the frames. In older houses where shifting has taken place, this can make a huge difference.
Draft blockers added to the bottoms of doors can help seal out cold air on even the windiest of days. These are great for exterior doors but we also like to add them to bedroom doors to help keep rooms we use at night warm.
When adding insulation even light switches and sockets can let cold air in. Pick up some socket sealers to help keep the cold air out and make your home stay warmer.
Help keep your home warm by grabbing a roll of Flex Seal tape to seal cracks, holes, and entry points in your home to block cold air.
Heating the individual rather than the entire home is a great way to save on heating costs. Grab an electric blanket to snuggle up under on a warm heated throw blanket will help warm you up on a chilly morning and makes the perfect place to cuddle on a cold winter night.
A Wi-fi enabled programmable thermostat allows you to turn the heat down at night when everyone is under the covers and turn it up to warm your home before getting out of bed.
Heating the most used rooms is a lot easier and cost-efficient than heating the entire house. If you are not lucky enough to have a warm cozy fireplace to snuggle up by you can get an electric fireplace for your home. Not only can you use it to heat your home but you can turn on the flame display to give the room a warmer feeling even when the heat is turned off on the unit.
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