Heating systems should not be used to feel hot, but to not feel cold.
Regulate the thermostat to 20ºC, the ideal temperature for a home. For each degree above 20º, consumption increases (unnecessarily) by 7%.
When you replace heaters, do so with "high performance" models that save energy: it is worthwhile spending a little more on their purchase.
Collective central heating with individualised measurement and control is recommended from the energy and economic point of view.
At night, turn off the heating or reduce the temperature to 17-19ºC, except in very cold areas or buildings without insulation.
A room can be aired in 10 minutes. Heating cold air is very expensive.
Do not cover or obstruct radiators, the air needs to circulate to heat well.
The installation of thermostatic valves on radiators in certain rooms allows you to save between 5% and 10% of energy.
In general, electric heating systems are not recommended from the energy point of view.