Cold Weather

This winter has already brought snow, ice and extreme cold temperatures. During this season GreyStone is prepared for whatever Old Man Winter brings. 

Here are a few things you can do to control your energy costs:

  • Set your thermostat to 68 degrees.
  • Open curtains during the day.
  • Close curtains at night.
  • Use extra blankets.
  • Close fireplace dampers when not in use.

Remember that sustained cold weather can raise power bills significantly. 

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