Could YOU Be Saving Money on Your Heating Costs?

Now that we’re past Thanksgiving and headed for Christmas, we’re also headed for cooler weather! And just like we here in Florida make sure we have our air conditioners serviced before we hit the dog days of summer, anyone who has any kind of heating unit in their home is probably taking stock of it at this point. Better make sure all will work before the deep freezes arrive! 

Closeup image of a business man hands holding money bills of US dollar

But in the middle of making sure everything will run smoothly, well…what if you could SAVE money on your heating bill, as well? Ask pretty much anyone if they want their bills to be lower, and I’m pretty sure you’ll get a resounding YES! So when Georgia from Cast Iron Radiators 4 U contacted me with this infographic, I thought it was a great way to kick off “Winter”! See what you think…

OH! And for those of you who are in the U.S., the current exchange rate is $1.51 for every British pound!

Could You Be Saving Money On Your Boiler? by Cast Iron Radiators 4u

Well, whatcha think? Does this apply to you? Could you use the same principles in your home?

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12 thoughts on “Could YOU Be Saving Money on Your Heating Costs?

  1. I’m always looking for ways to save money on heating and cooling costs. Since we usually tend to have more hotter days than cooler ones, our heating costs are not nearly as much as our cooling costs. These are all great ways to save.

  2. Luckily we don’t need boilers in California. It never really gets that cold, but this is a great chart, especially for my husband who bought a property in England years ago.

  3. Wow this is a great infographic, with some great info. I don’t know much about heating or costs, my husband is usually the one who deals with this stuff so this was interesting!

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