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Winter is in full swing now, and whether you’re dealing with snow or freezing temperatures, it’s important to keep warm inside your home. There are a few key things you can do to keep the warmth in this winter, and it won’t include wearing three pairs of socks or a parka while you’re in your home.

Utilize Your Valor Fireplace

One of the most important ways to stay warm this winter is to use your Valor Fireplace, especially when that cold chill sets in. The radiant heat will spread evenly around your home, keeping you warm even on the coldest of days. You can even change the heat level depending on how cold your home feels and how much heat you need.

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Warm Up From The Ground Up

The floor in your home can make the whole space feel extra cold and may have you feeling like you need multiple clothing layers. So, for an easy, no-fuss option to warm things up, consider laying down area rugs or carpets that will provide a layer of warmth and cut down on the cold coming from the floor. You can choose anything from a traditional area rug to something heavier like sheepskin or wool.

Let The Light In

When the sun does appear outside, it’s essential to let that light shine through the home. Even on the coldest winter day, letting sunshine light your home can add a layer of warmth and comfort. So when you see the sun, open up the curtains, blinds or window coverings to let some heat into your home space.

Check For Drafts

It’s extra important to check for drafts in the home if you feel cold is sneaking in. Drafts can be anywhere from the windows to the doors to spaces within the wall. If you find your house is feeling extra drafty, plan a day to go around and repair any spaces or cracks where cold may be seeping in.

Snuggle In

Last but not least, to really beat the cold, consider planning a snuggle day that consists of your favorite people, pets, and blankets! You can plan out some warm snacks and drinks and queue up a few of your favorite movies to really complete the day.

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  1. This article has helpful and cost effective suggestions! I like the idea of eliminating drafts rather than simply turning up the heat, which runs up your monthly heating bill. Also, it’s a great idea to make use of your fireplace in the winter. I know that many people have beautiful fireplaces that they avoid using because they don’t know how to take care of them or clean them. For anyone interested, Boston’s Best Chimney wrote this helpful article about caring for your chimney and fireplace during the winter at bestchimney.com/how-to-clean-the-soot-off-inside-of-fireplace-and-more-care-tips/. I hope that you find it interesting and that it can help you learn how to safely enjoy your home’s fireplace.

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