Energy Savers For Your Home

Here are some pointers to help you get on your way to a more energy efficient home.

>Insulation. Updating and properly insulating your home, including your attic and crawl space, is an effective way to help lower energy costs.

New Windows & Doors. Not only does replacing old windows and doors help increase value to your home, it’s a good investment in keeping the warm air out and cool air in and vice versa.

Caulking and Weather Stripping. It may not seem like much, but it’s a tremendous way to help stop air leaks and keep warm/cool air from entering or escaping your home.

HVAC. Don’t overlook your HVAC system. Regular duct cleaning will provide you with cleaner air quality with better performance and lower energy costs.

With these helpful tips, you are well on your way to making your home more energy efficient.