Chilly Choices to Conserve Fuel and Improve the Environment

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Jan 23, 2010 • References: coldhousejournal & nytimes
Going cold turkey when it comes to heat may not be for everyone, but there are a growing number of folks who, for all, or part of the year, turn off heat and air conditioning. The NY Times reports that Justen Ladda has lived heat-free in his Lower East Side loft for three decades and the Cold House Journal tracks a Maine couple trying to live comfortably in a house without a furnace.

Many folks aren’t ‘hardcore’ and have some heat, whether it's space heaters, electric blankets, or woodstoves. Some just turn the thermostat down to as a way to conserve on fuel, heating bills and help the environment. Stats for Heatless Houses Trending: Older & Mild
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