Monday, February 22, 2010

Wallet-Friendly Heating

As the temperature outside dips, you may be tempted to raise your thermostat settings to keep out the winter chill, but there are ways to stay warm without raising your heating costs. Using furnaces and heaters wisely can cut on heating expenses during the winter. For example, each degree you lower your thermostat can lower your heating bill between one and three percent. Setting your thermostat at 68 degrees is warm enough for comfort, yet low enough to save substantially on costs. In addition to lower settings, consider installing a programmable thermostat. A programmable thermostat such as a Honeywell Programmable Thermostat adjusts temperature settings while you sleep or when no one is home. Equipped with an easy-to-read display, Honeywell's Programmable Thermostat offers the simplicity and convenience of a basic thermostat with energy savings that your wallet will truly appreciate.

Honeywell Programmable Thermostats, as well as a large selection of other programmable thermostats, are available at