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It’s not uncommon for the final months of the year to show the highest consumption of energy. As the weather gets colder and the nights get longer, we often turn on our lights and heating systems sooner during the day. This increase in energy usage typically means an increase in our monthly utility bill.

With proper preparation, it is possible to save money and stay warm all season long. The information I’m sending this month outlines several ways to effectively seal your home from winter’s chill and reduce your energy consumption. It includes tips such as installing thermal curtains and upgrading your windows or HVAC system. Page two offers guidelines to help you keep your heating system in good working order. Click here to see it, and feel free to scroll through our other tips and hacks on our website.

Stay warm this winter and save a few dollars while you’re at it.

Sincerely,


The Ken Rigel Group Is:

Ken Rigel

Brandy Rigel
Rick Sadleir
krgroup.ca
info@krgroup.ca
403 835 6338

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