Most Stay At Home Moms I know are always looking for little ways to save a little more. They also tend to be in and out of the house on an irregular basis: today home for laundry, tomorrow out to the grocery store and then the next day, one quick errand has you out of the house all day! This kind of schedule doesn’t lend itself well to a programmable thermostat. However, you should DEFINITELY have a programmable thermostat.
For all the details on why, how to, what temperature and how much you can save, check out our post:
|Thermostat set to temperatures for getting ready for bed.
Consider 58F for daytime when you might not be home
What other tips do you have for saving a little more money at home? Leave your suggestions in the comments below.