Winter is one of the seasons when many of us use the most energy, impeding the going green efforts that we’ve been trying to keep up year-round. Here are a few tips on how to stay warmer this winter, without keeping that energy-sucking furnace working at a toasty 80 degrees every day. These ideas can help you save money and avoid using too much energy.
It’s hard to predict what this winter will bring to your neck of the woods this year. And that’s why it’s important to prepare your home in case of a blizzard.
As the temperatures continue to drop the winter, it is important to make sure you’re keeping warm.
When a winter storm hits, it’s always best to stay off the roads. However, we realize that’s not always possible. So if you must venture out in less-than-ideal driving conditions this winter, please keep these tips in mind
Just because it’s getting cold outside doesn’t mean you need to keep your kids bundled up indoors with board games and movies. Instead, head outside and enjoy the crisp air, and if you’re lucky (we know that’s debatable), a yardful of snow.
It is smart to be ready for winter power outages and know what to do in case it happens to you. Here are a few tips on what to do before, during, and after an outage.