If you are looking for effective yet affordable ways to stay warm during the holiday, you are not alone! December is indeed cold, but braving the harsh weather shouldn’t be part of your holiday experience.
To help you take the cold out of your holiday celebration, All Weather Temperature Control gives these five toasty tips for you to stay warm.
Add Some Layers
Layers do help you stay warm, and the idea never goes out of style on the coldest days of the year. The best part about the winter season is that you could always add some layers to get warm. If you have scarves, gloves, hats, and anything to put on, you can layer them on and wait for your body to get warm.
Go for Hot Shower
Go for a hot shower to kill the cold and warm up your body fast. While taking a shower, simply open the door a little to let the warmth of the water to add humidity in your home.
Fill Your Belly with Soup or Hot Drinks
Hot soup and drinks are perfect for the cold weather, as they help retain the body heat. The more you have them in your system, the easier it is for your body to get warm. There are tons of great options when it comes to creating hot soup and drinks for the holiday, so make sure to explore them.
Seal the Gaps
Do you know what causes your energy bill to rise during the holidays? It is the air leaks that are present in your home. Always mind the gaps and cracks around your doors and windows and seal them using a professional sealant. Doing this can keep the heated air in and the cold air out this holiday. Also, schedule a duct inspection with the pros to ensure the heated air goes straight into your home.
Schedule Your Thermostat Wisely
While turning up the heat using your thermostat can warm up your space fast, it will just add up quickly to the high utility cost you pay each month. Let your unit work using your usual temperature setting while staying warm with some layers. Also, don’t forget to turn down the heat when you’re going out to shop for holiday treats or visit some family members.
Don’t spend your holiday with shivers. Try these toasty tips to stay comfortable and warm. After all, the holiday is about making happy memories with your loved ones.
Our entire All Weather Temperature Control family wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Have a Happy Holiday!