Wintry temperatures and more time spent indoors can increase electricity use. During cold weather spells, your heating system works harder to keep your home comfortable, which can lead to higher bills.
To can keep costs down and stay comfortable, Rocky Mountain Power recommends these simple steps:
Keep your thermostat at 68°F
when you’re home. Lower the temperature by several degrees at night and while you’re away.
Limit your use
of portable space heaters.
Change furnace filters
often for maximum airflow.
Enroll in Rocky Mountain Power’s Equal Pay option
to even out seasonal differences in your bills.
home insulation or installing a heat pump water heater.