4 Tips for Heating Your Apartment This Winter - SSKB Strata Managers

4 Tips for Heating Your Apartment This Winter


4 Tips For Heating Your Apartment This Winter

Winter is officially here, and boy are we feeling it!! It always seems to be that your home can’t stay cool in summer and warm in winter.

So, how do you still warm in the cooler months?

  1. Seal it up
    There is no mistaking the chill you get when walking into a room on a winters morning when a window has been left open. Windows and doors that aren’t correctly sealed will let cold air into your home and let the warm air escape.

    If you can feel a breeze through your window or under any doors, sealing them up will make a big difference in the winter months. Door-draft stoppers can be a great solution to keep out the cold air.
  2. Lack of sunshine
    Keeping your blinds open during the day will allow the sun to warm up your apartment.  Shutting your curtains and blinds overnight will act as a layer of insulation to keep warmth in your apartment.
  3. Heating
    Just like using air-conditioning in the summer, heating can become rather costly when it is being overused. Implementing the above steps to warm up your apartment will reduce the amount of time you need to rely on a heater. Only using your heater when you have tried dressing warmer and sealing any air leaks will help you to keep your energy costs down.

    Switching the heater on your air conditioner to only heat one room is an effective way to make sure you aren’t paying for more electricity than you need be.
  4. Rug it up
    Investing in a warm rug to cover your cold wooden or tiled floors can warm up cold surfaces and assist in stopping the heat from escaping.

    If your body corporate are struggling to keep their energy costs down during the winter months, click here to contact SSKB for more energy efficient ways to heat your apartment this winter.


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