Somebody once said that money makes the world go around. While this may not be entirely true, our finances certainly do play an important part in our daily lives. In our quest to cut down expenses, we will find our heating bills to be an unexpected source of significant potential savings. Here are some ways you might save on your energy bills:
Budget Plans. Rather than paying most of your money to heat your home in the winter, look for a company that offers to spread out your heating costs in equal monthly payments. While this does not effectively save you money, it will help you make your heating bills more manageable in the winter.
Pricing Options. Find out what your pricing options are. Many energy companies allow you to cap the price of your heating oil or propane throughout the season. This means you don’t pay more than your cap price but if the market begins to drop, you still get the lower price. Also, keep an eye out for the option to pre-purchase your product for the season or simply fix your price.
LIHEAP. Government assistance programs are available to help out with your heating bills. These programs are usually available regardless of how you heat your home – whether it be heating oil, propane, natural gas, or electricity. Check out compass.state.pa.us for more information on these programs as well as participating suppliers.
Energy Assessment. Many companies offer to do an assessment of how your home deals with energy, giving you some helpful tips along the way of what you can do to conserve energy in your home. You will be surprised at what you can do to save energy without breaking the bank. Look for companies who will do this for you at no additional cost.
These are just a few ideas to help you cut down on the frustration that comes from paying too much for heating your home. From now on, just relax and enjoy the warmth of knowing your heating bills are under control!
Call us to see how we can help you save on your bills!
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Jan 26, 2015
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