Nine out of 10 Irish people are worried about the cost of warming their homes this winter.
A new survey of NRG Awareness found that one third of the population asked, expecting to spend more than 500 euros on heating in the winter months.
Despite four out of five thinking, they pay too much on their bills, half have not changed suppliers over the past three years.
Half of those surveyed said they argued for the temperature in their homes.
When asked who the dream woman or male plumber would be Lucy Kennedy and Dermot Bannon came out the top.
Donald Trump also appeared a more popular male alternative than Taoiseach or Micheal Martin.
CEO of NRG Awareness, Patrick Hogan said, "When winter enters, people begin to focus more and more on how they heat their homes and how much it costs them.
"The reality is that most heating systems are ineffective and cost more than they should.
"The first step is to get experts, like ours at NRG Awareness, to visit your home to make an assessment of both the efficiency and the energy needs.
"The same experts will then be able to advise on the best solution for saving money.
"In some cases, we have been able to deliver savings of up to 70%."