When you act, you can save as much as $740.00 a year.
Take these steps now to save heat and money.
Turn down. seal off. save up.
Home heating costs are higher than ever. Combined with increasing food and gas prices, staying warm all through this winter could be very difficult. Pennsylvania is doing everything it can to provide financial help to pay home heating bills and weatherization expenses, but making sure you have the resources to outlast winter starts with you. With a little planning and a little knowledge, you’ll be protected from the cold and your heat can last all winter.
Setting your thermostat at 65 degrees during the day and lowering it to 60 degrees when you’re not at home or asleep* can save you as much as $500 a year. If you install a programmable thermostat, it’ll take care of that for you automatically. Learn more...
Wasted heat costs everyone. Keep your heat where it’s needed by closing heating vents in unused rooms. Make sure any open vents are clean and that furniture isn’t blocking them. Adding insulation also lowers your energy bills and provides a lifetime of savings. You may even qualify for a tax credit. Learn more...
When you act, you save – as much as $740 a year. Doing these small steps can save you more money, help your heating budget go a lot further and help you stay warm all winter. Learn more...
* Elderly Pennsylvanians may need to keep their thermostats at 65 degrees at all times.