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Save on Your Winter Electric Bill

Cooler weather is on its way. However, that doesn’t have to mean an increase in your winter electric bill. There are a few ways to combat colder temperatures and darker days to help save money this winter. And if you need a Sykesville electrician to help you out, the experts at Tim Kyle Electric can do so.

How to Save Money on Your Winter Electric Bill

Rather than solely relying on the space heater or thermostat, take advantage of the sunlight during the day. Open your curtains and allow the natural warmth of the sun to warm the floors and walls. When the sun goes down and the temperature drops, close the shades and curtains to keep the draft out of your home.

Even the smallest change in lightbulbs can make a difference. Always opt for LED lights because they decrease your energy usage by 90%! They also do not generate heat which makes them less of a hazard than incandescent lights.

Bundle up! Instead of immediately reaching for the thermostat, put on warmer clothes. Try to only heat the rooms you are using, and close the doors of the rooms that you are not heating. Close the vents in the rooms you are not using as well, as this will redirect the heat to the rooms where you need it.

Finally, maintenance is always key. An energy audit from an electrician can uncover areas where cold air is leaking in. Ensure that your attic is properly ventilated and seal up drafty windows. Finally, have your furnace checked regularly to make sure it is properly maintained.

Tim Kyle Electric the Sykesville Electrician

Our residential electrical services will take all of the stress out of powering your home. Let our experts work with you on any project, and we guarantee that you’ll be satisfied with the process from start to finish! With Tim Kyle Electric, no job is too small. We give 100% to every light bulb change, just as we do to a remodeling or rewiring project. We use only high-quality, contractor-grade materials. Contact us today to learn more about our services.

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