This year?s winter has been worse than recent ones. Are you worrying about heating bills? When the outside temperature falls below freezing, keeping your house warm and cozy costs money.
As you know, hot summer days are no different. Keeping your house cool in the summer can also get pricey.
And while many of us accept this as a fact of life, do you ever wonder what can be done to reduce these bills? Understanding the basic physics behind heat transfers can actually give you some ideas that may help you save money.
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