Georgia Natural Gas offers ways to help you save energy this winter by making improvements to your home. For example, seal air leaks with caulking or weather stripping to keep temperatures in your home controlled. Check the insulation levels in your attic. Proper insulation can reduce your heating and cooling bills by up to 30%. Repair any leaking faucets and install water-saving low-flow showerheads. Georgia Natural Gas also encourages you to conserve by helping you to find out exactly how many therms of gas your natural gas appliances use. For example, your water heater uses 24 therms/month while gas logs in your fireplace are three therms every eight hours. For more helpful information on conserving energy, visit Georgia Natural Gas’ Energy-Saving Tips. To compare rates on natural gas in your area, visit Allconnect.