According to NetVoucherCodes.co.uk, there are several tips that can help you to keep your bills down.
With dark nights ahead, there are many ways to keep warm this winter.
There are many practical and easy ways to save money in the colder months
In his speech that morning, Martin Lewis told Holly and Phil the truth behind the allegations.
This includes the debate about whether it is cheaper to keep the heating on or off, or whether it makes more financial sense to keep the heating at a low level all day long.
Last year Martin Lewis also revealed the cheapest and most efficient way to heat this winter.
He suggested that the best way to heat the house is with a timer.
He said: “They say it is better to turn on the heating only when you need it.
“You pay to pump energy in when you need it, and it is not efficient to pump energy in all the time.
Martin said: “It is best to use a timer, because your thermostat is designed to turn the heating on and off to keep you at home at the set temperature. So, in general, I would stick to it.”
However, people who live in humid places may need to turn on the central heating for longer periods of time.
This he told the hosts: “There are some engineers who argue that keeping the heating low with the radiators on and the boiler turned down can work because it reduces the condensation that collects in the walls when the heating is off and can help direct the heat outside – which means you lose heat faster and therefore you lose heat faster and consequently use more energy.
“So if your house is vulnerable to this, you should think about it.
Here are the 12 tips from NetVoucherCodes.co.uk to keep your bills low
Blocking a radiator directly with something like a bulky sofa or chair captures the heat and does not help anyone to get warm this winter.
Cutting the panels of this kitchen, which absolutely must fit behind radiators, will do wonders for the room temperature. The tin foil will reflect the warm air back into the room instead of letting it drift through cold walls.