Enjoy a Soft Jazz Music and a Cosy Home: Warm Up Your Home This Winter

This winter, heat is all we need to stay warm but we don’t want to raise the bills on electricity. This post aims to provide tips on how to achieve A Cosy Home while enjoying a soft music this cold season. Every home needs proper heat to stay warm this Holiday seasons. And there are actually ways to heat up the home without heating up the bills.

Tips to Achieve a Warm and Cozy Home

Music livens up and adds warmth to the home. But music cannot do it all without your help. So prepare the home before winter to have a better and cozier home.

  1. Have a fireplace at home? Keep the fire burning this winter season. Just as fall gets started, gather enough wood to keep up heating during the winter. You don’t have to put down a whole tree to warm up; all you need are branches that have fallen out or charcoal that can keep the furnace burning. Check any damages in the chimney before the winter season actually draws in.
  2. Seal up those openings in your window. Your window seal, though closed, cannot keep all the cold air out. Check for cracked seals and fix it up in fall, just in time for the winter. For a quick fix, you can use a poly weather strip to seal these cracked openings.
  3. Thick draperies. The use of thick draperies really helps keep the place warm and cozy for the whole family. Hang them at the last weeks of fall before the first snowflakes drop. Older window panes cannot seal the heat in and reversely allows heat to go out. Thicker drapes can keep the warm in and the cold out.
  4. Thick rugs and carpet. Keep the floor warm during winter. Laying out an area rug or carpet can, in fact, make any place warm and cozy. Offer more warmth to the living room, bedroom, kitchen, or even the bathroom by laying out area rugs in specific areas.

Preparation is the key to achieving a warm and cosy home. When your home is prepared for the winter, the family can, in fact, enjoy a happy and warm holiday. Have a warm holiday this season!

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