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February 22, 2023 • Ashley Cissna, EWEB Communications
With temperatures forecasted to be near freezing over the next couple of days, we thought now may be a good time for a refresher on how to heat your home, while also saving energy.
As the temperature drops, the temptation is to dial up the heat, but that may not have the effect you want. The greater the difference between the outside temperature and the thermostat setting inside, the harder your heating system will need to work. The harder the system is working, the more energy is being used, potentially causing bills to be higher than expected.
Here are ways you can minimize energy use during a cold snap, but still stay warm.
If your power does go out, here are some ideas on how to stay warm until power is restored:
EWEB is monitoring the weather and preparing for freezing weather. If outages occur, crews are prepared and will work as quickly as possible to restore service. If you experience a power outage, be sure to report it by calling 1-844-484-2300.
Check out the latest about our rebate and loan programs for your home, learn more about your bill and check out some ways you can take the extra step to lower your carbon footprint.
Together, we prepare. Find information about preparing your household for an emergency, and learn about EWEB's Water Reliability Initiative.
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