As temperatures plummet, thermostat wars are being waged in homes everywhere. The chronically-cold, bedecked in their battle armor of fuzzy slippers and throw blankets, will inch the temperature up by one degree. Ever vigilant, the penny-pinchers will tick the temperature back down to a tolerable sixty-five. And so it goes, on and on, an endless wintertime battle. Sound familiar? The right wintertime products can put a stop to this madness! Look for cold weather solutions like thermal curtains, heated mattress pads, and cozy blankets that exude warmth without wasting money.
The Weathermate Insulated Thermalogic Curtains are a great first step toward easing thermostat war tensions. With a unique, insulated fabric construction, these thermal curtains keep the cold out of your home and your hand out of your wallet. The solid colors make for a low-key, elegant look that will not interfere with your current layout. From terra cotta to khaki, there’s a color for every room!If you’re unwilling to part with your original curtains, the Thermalogic Curtain Liners can be slipped between your curtain and window for the same money-saving effect.
Wintertime bedding also has a way of eliminating trips to the thermostat. The Soloft Microplush Sheets will indulge you in ultrasoft polyester. The fitted and flat sheets and even the pillowcases are enveloped in this plush material, engulfing you from all sides in a pocket of warmth.
Toss the Cyprus ComfortTech Blankets atop these for a lightweight, down-alternative cover that traps heat but will not suffocate you.
A heated mattress pad nestled below will radiate heat up from your mattress into your sheets and covers. Five heat settings and two controllers (for Queen and King sizes) mean fewer skirmishes over temperature. In addition, a 10-hour auto shutoff will prevent fire and will, at the very least, conserve energy and save you a few bucks!
So, keep the peace! Insulate your curtains and your bed with these cold weather solutions, and you’ll be well on your way to a warmer (and cheaper!) winter.