(WFRV) — Wisconsin Public Service says customers can expect to see lower heating bills this winter.
The average customer can expect to pay 4% less than this year compared to last. WPS says this is equivalent to about $23 in savings.
Officials say these tips can help you save even more on your bill:
- Turn the thermostat down 7-10 degrees when you’re asleep or away
- Seal gaps around windows, doors, and siding to keep warm air in
- Schedule a furnace tune-up for safety and efficiency