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As the cooler weather starts to creep in, people are always wondering about easy ways to get ready for winter and save money on your heating bills.  Lowering your home’s thermostat is a quick and easy way to save. When you leave your home or are asleep at night, try turning your thermostat down by 10 degrees and then turning it back up when you get home or in the morning. Turning your thermostat back for 10-15 degrees for 8 hours will save you around 10% of your heating bill. A programmable thermostat will help you with this because the  temperature is on a pre-set schedule.The Energy Star program recommends setting your thermostat to 68 degrees during the heating months.  The lower the temperature in your home, the slower heat is lost, meaning the more energy you save.