It is in particular during winter that concerns relating to energies troubles some countries, and for a good reason: according to experts, 66% of the gas or electricity bill relates to heating. If you want to spend less, now is the time to act: here are some recommendations to help you preserve your purchasing power!
Insulate the House, To Better, Retain the Heat
Many families are reluctant to start energy retrofits, not least because they fear it will cost them too much. Very concretely, the poorest households are the most affected by fuel poverty: they have too few means to heat themselves well in winter, and they can hardly imagine having to finance insulation of the attic or floors, for example.
However, if this initiative requires an outflow of money at the start, the amount invested is quickly amortized by the savings that follow. Indeed, a better-insulated home immediately becomes less energy-consuming, the heat stays there, and we spend much less to keep a pleasant temperature.
If you have modest or very modest incomes, don’t forget that the $1 offer from Ecoforest allows you to insulate your attic for $1. Do not hesitate to contact an advisor to find out your eligibility.
Program and Regulate Its Heating, According to Needs and The Temperature
There are devices to program heating and use it only when you are at home and facilities that regulate your system according to the indoor temperature and that which is detected outside.
You can, for example, install thermostatic valves on all your radiators, to modulate their power room by room. If you prefer, choose connected solutions to regulate your heating intuitively with your smartphone, at home, or remotely. Handled intelligently, these different technologies allow you to make interesting savings without sacrificing your comfort.