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DealDash Saves: Examine Your Heating Budget

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Now that it’s so chilly out it is a great time to examine your heating budget. Save money on heat, stay warm and toasty with these ideas from DealDash.

Now that the season is in full swing with snow and ice, you need to start thinking about heating your home for the winter. Unfortunately, this becomes incredibly expensive, especially if you live in a colder climate. Here are a few ways you can save on heating your home this winter, from DealDash.

Seal Windows and Cracks

You might not realize it, but you lose a lot of heat through your windows and under and around your doors. Try to work on eliminating all the drafts in your home by using a few simple supplies. You can get kits to cover windows to get rid of drafts for a very reasonable price, they are simple sheets of plastic with double-sided tape. After putting them up you can use a hairdryer on them to shrink the plastic extra tight. Also, consider getting some sealant to eliminate any small cracks around your windows and window sills.

Get an Energy Evaluation

Many electric companies will come to your home and do an energy evaluation for free. They come and check your appliances and other items around the home to tell you how you can save on energy. They typically offer big discounts on new insulation, LED bulbs, and power strips. Give your electric company a call and see if they offer this free service.

Get Blankets, Slippers, Robes, and more from DealDash

A super simple way to save money on your heating bill is to wear layers of clothing or wrap up in a fuzzy blanket. Robes, slippers, and fuzzy socks are a great way to stay warm and save on heating. Did you know that DealDash offers many of these items? Click this link to find throw blankets, weighted blankets, bathrobes, and even sleeping bags! Check out the Fashion, Health, and Beauty category to see more.

Thanks for Reading

Don’t let a high heating bill ruin your budget! Use these suggestions to save money on your heating bill this winter. By using these tips from DealDash to save money on your heating bill you will see that you will have a much easier time this winter. If you need more winter ideas, just click here!

DealDash has cozy robes and blankets to keep you warm. DealDash has also auctions for home decor and more. Visit now to see how much you can save. Have a great time on DealDash and happy bidding everyone! 

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This sponsored DealDash blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this article. This blog is written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice shared here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company. Read even more on DealDashTips.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

DealDash Helps: Save Money on Heating

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Winter is coming. It’s time to think about saving on heating costs, with DealDash.

With cooler months quickly approaching, you need to start thinking about heating your home for the winter. Unfortunately, this becomes incredibly expensive for a lot of families, especially those that use oil heating. Here are a few ways you can save on heating your home this winter, from DealDash.

Pile on the Layers

One very simple way to save money on your heating bill is to wear warm clothing or wrap up in a blanket. If you wear lighter clothing around the house you will find that you will want to turn the heat up. You will be wasting more you could have been saving. 

In addition to extra layers of clothing, be sure that each family member has a heavy blanket on their bed. DealDash has some very nice down alternative comforters for auction. I actually won one for around $3 including the cost of bids!

Eliminate the Drafts

You will also want to work on eliminating all the drafts in your home that you can. There are kits to cover windows to get rid of drafts for a very reasonable price. You can also make yourself a few draft dodgers to get rid of drafts coming through the bottoms of doors. Simply sew a long tube and fill it with sand or beans and stick it up against the bottom of the door. I personally have one against the bottom of the fireplace as well. 

Home-cooked Meals Help

If you make a meal in the oven, leave the door open a bit to let the warm air out. That can help you from having to turn up your thermostat and you can also turn your heat down at appropriate times during the day to save money on your heating bill. Since you have to cook meals for your family anyway, why not take advantage of the extra heat that the oven provides?

Beware of Space Heaters

While you might think that it is a good idea to use a space heater to help heat your home in the winter you need to avoid doing this.  You will be at the risk of having a house fire if something should bump into the heater. If you must have a space heater, try to get one of the long, low to the ground ones. They heat just as well and are much less likely to be knocked over.

Thanks for Reading

Thanks so much for reading this DealDash article on saving money on heating costs. As you can see there are quite a few things that you can do in order to save money on your heating bill this winter. You will also find that you might have to do more than one thing in order to be really successful in making a difference in your heating bill. By taking action to save money on your heating bill you will see that you will have a much less stressful time this winter.

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This sponsored blog post was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this post. Read even more at DealDashBlog.comDealDashTips.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.