- Is your home drafty?
Check for leaks around windows and doors. A simple way to check is by holding a lighter along the frame of doors and windows in your home. If the flame flickers, you have a leak. Also check for uncovered outlets around your home; these can also be a source of air leaks. Old, open fireplaces are also a source of draft.
- Replace an old fireplace with a high-efficiency insert
A Regency gas, wood or pellet insert can turn your old fireplace into something much more efficient, which equals savings in your pocket. For maximum efficiency and warmth, combine radiant and convective heat by choosing an insert that has a blower. Blowers instantly circulate heat into the furthest corners of your room to ensure it doesn't go to waste. Blowers come standard on all Regency gas inserts.
- Zone Heating
Turn down your furnace and zone heat the rooms you spend time in. Regency’s heatwave kit gives you the freedom to heat the rooms that you want while reducing your heating bill by 20 – 40 percent according to the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association.
- Use Caulking and Weather-stripping around Windows
Sealing up air leaks from the outside is sure to keep your home warmer and cut your bills this winter season.
To learn more about how a fireplace insert can help you save money this fall, visit your local Regency dealer
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