- Close off unused rooms - it will contain the heat already generated into area of your home that you want to keep warm.
- Set your ceiling fans to rotate clockwise - this drives the warm air that has risen to circulate the air to go down towards you.
- Change your sheets - swap cotton for flannel sheets, or add extra blankets to your bed to stay warm overnight.
- Add layers to your floor - add area rugs to keep your feet from feeling cold when walking around your home.
- Foil - putting tin foil behind radiators in your home reflects the heat back into the room.
- Turn off your bathroom fan - exhaust fans pull hot hair that rises to the ceiling out of your home
- Try something old-fashioned - try running a hair dryer over your sheets, or warm a water bottle or bag of beans in the microwave.
- Rearrange your furniture - make sure your furniture is not in front of a large window because it can radiate heat loss from your body to the window.
- Worry about the person, not the house - hats, socks and sweaters can all help you achieve the warm feeling you've been missing without raising your electric bill
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