Keeping our homes warm in the winter is important – particularly if you are elderly or have young babies and children in the house. Being cold for a long period of time can lead to many health problems as well as making existing ones worse. Here are some tips for making sure that you keep your home warm this winter, as well as ways you can prevent energy loss and save money on your heating…
Look out for draughts – One of the worst things for keeping a home warm is a draughts. There are many places that you could be losing heat so have a look around your home and see what you can find. Common places are letterboxes, cat flaps and also chimneys – there are lots of ways to stop them letting so much heat out.
If you have rooms in your home that are not regularly used, it is a good idea to keep the doors closed. This means that the heat will be getting into only the rooms that you are using which makes it much more efficient.
Your boiler is an important piece of machinery and like all pieces of machinery it should be cared for to make sure that it runs efficiently. It may be that your current boiler is worn out and not particularly efficient anymore. When this happens replace it with a more modern model – but do make sure you have it installed by a professional like this boiler installation Cheltenham based company HPR Services.