You can arrange to have your tank filled in late summer or early fall when prices are generally lower.

You can achieve conservation gains by weatherizing your home, i.e., installing the proper insulation in your house and around your hot water heater.

Quick and easy fixes such as caulking and weather stripping windows and doors to seal out cold air also help save energy.

Keep drapes, blinds and shades closed at night or during unoccupied times to retain heat.

In the winter, reverse your ceiling fan motor so that the blades push air up toward the ceiling, where hot air normally rises. The fan will drive the warm air back down around the edges of the room, which can result in more even heating. Better heat circulation will help control the problem of sweating windows that some homes experience in the wintertime because of condensation on the glass.

Keep the fireplace damper closed when the fireplace is not in use. Closing the damper prevents up to 8% of furnace-heated air from going up the chimney. 

Keep the temperature lower in your home in the winter when the house is unoccupied. Use a programmable thermostat to automatically lower and raise the temperature according to your settings.

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