This winter could be a costly one – at least for those who need to heat their homes.
Compared to last year, the average family will pay about 17% more for heating this season, according to the National Energy Assistance Directors’ Association. Going back to 2020, it’s a jaw-dropping 35% increase.
Unfortunately, heating costs are just one of the many services that Americans have seen rise in price amid surging inflation. On the bright side, they’re also one of the easiest to control.
Read the full article in US News & World Report for practical tips to help reduce heating costs from Greg Crouse, product marketing manager at Leaf Home, Darcy Lee, senior product manager at Trane Residential, and more home improvement experts.