Heaters and coolers account for a 70% of energy spent in homes. This amount is highly inefficient since most this heat goes to waste. Fortunately, there are tips and tricks you can use to lower your energy spending and costs.
The following 7 cheapest ways to heat up a room are simple and easy to follow but most of them have been neglected. Take some time, learn these steps and you will be on your way to conserving a great deal of energy.
The first cheapest ways to heat your home with lower costs is to insulate the house. You can insulate your home by covering the windows and sliding on doors with a clear plastic film. Heat lost through windows account for 25% of heat energy loss in homes.
Using a transparent film can save this amount of heat lost by a large percent. The transparent film is cheap and simple to place, when put correctly you will barely notice it. It comes out quite easily during spring.
Thick curtains is another cheap way to heat a room as it serves as a type of insulation. You can choose to purchase a new thick curtain or line them with materials like cheap fleece.
Apart from having curtains on windows, adding curtains in front of your front doors also adds insulation. Placing curtains or rugs at the front of the doors on the outside adds another layer of protection against the breeze.