We all know it. Even though the real frosts are far away according to the calendar, with the arrival of September comes colder evenings and mornings. In the morning, one doesn't want to step out of a heated bed onto a cold floor. We throw one more layer over ourselves at breakfast. And in the evening, we huddle under the blanket in front of the TV.
We've got a few tips for keeping your home warmer when it's not quite time to heat the entire household for hours.
1. Throws, blankets, pillows, rugs, curtains.
All of these accessories can make a home a more comfortable, and more importantly, warmer place after the summer is over. They not only increase the temperature, but also make the space feel cosier. To maximise the effect, choose textile accessories in warm colours (yellow, orange, red).
2. Invite warmth in and don't let it leave
Curtains and blinds are great helpers in maintaining the desired temperature in the home. As soon as the sun is shining, open the curtains and draw the blinds. The rays can heat the room handily. And when evening comes or it gets cooler, close everything back up. You'll keep the warmth you've gained for as long as possible.
Have you avoided baking in the oven over the summer because it was uncomfortable raising the temperature in your home? For the rest of the year, this vice turns into a benefit. Prepare dinner in it or bake lunch the next day.
4. Get an electric range cooker
When the oven, fabric accessories and work with them are short for the winter, it's time for a straightforward heater - a reliable addition to the home that will have you warming up just where you need it in no time. But to make sure it serves you as efficiently as possible, it's a good idea to get one with clever features right away. You can connect it to other smart devices in your home, such as the thermometer, via Wi-Fi and set up handy automations. The TESLA Smart Heater HTR300, for example, offers these options and can maintain a set temperature automatically, which can also help you save on energy costs