One great way to keep energy bills down during winter months is to make sure your home is well insulated. 

Check for any signs of air leaks around your windows and doors, and seal any gaps with caulk or weatherstripping. 

Additionally, you can replace old, inefficient windows and doors with energy-efficient models. 

For a more cost effective solution to old windows, you can cover them with insulating plastic wrap during cold months, it’s an easy DIY project and doesn’t affect visibility if done properly.  Here’s a YouTube Tutorial: How to Insulate Windows for Cheap

Don’t forget to check your attic and basement insulation levels. If they are low, consider adding more insulation to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. 

If adding insulation isn’t in the budget, adding rugs and heavy window treatments can help warm up your spaces. 

By following these tips, you can help keep your energy bills lower.

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