Duke Energy Offers Tips For Adapting to Dangerously Cold Weather


Stay Warm and Safe When the Temperatures Drop to Dangerous Levels

When the forecast calls for near-zero temperatures and below-zero wind chills, exercise caution during these dangerously cold temperatures, and stay warm and safe by following these tips from Duke Energy:

Keep warm

The colder it becomes outside, the harder your heating system will have to work to warm your home, which uses more energy and drives up bills.

  • Reduce your thermostat to the lowest comfortable setting when home, and bump it down a degree or two when leaving. If you have a heat pump, set the thermostat and leave it. Lowering it can be inefficient and expensive.
  • Operate ceiling fans in a clockwise direction to push warm air back down into the room.
  • Close drapes or blinds at night to help insulate your home, and seal drafty doors and windows.
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