3 Ways To Boost Your Home’s Energy Efficiency Before Winter
Dec 09, 2016
The more energy efficient your home is, the more money you’ll save month to month. Sadly, most homeowners are content to pay their energy bills each month without questioning whether it could be lower. The good news is home efficiency can be boosted in several ways, some of which start with the exterior of your home.
To improve the efficiency inside your home, consider investing in these three exterior repairs.
- Stop Ignoring Your Roof. Your roof is one of the most important weather-protectants your home has. When installed properly, it acts as a buffer for all types of weather. When there are leaks and damage, however, it can do very little to keep outside air from coming inside. A new roof can provide excellent insulation from the elements and improve the energy efficiency inside your home. To get a free quote, call us today to schedule an estimate. We are a GAF Master Elite Roofer and can offer several options for your roofing.
- Repair or Replace Damaged Siding. Despite the amount of insulation within the walls of your home, the first line of defense starts with siding. If there are significant tears, holes, or rips, the elements can seep right into your home, making your HVAC system work harder just to keep the interior comfortable. We offer siding options that not only improve your home’s appearance but offer the maximum thermal and moisture protection on the market today.
- Upgrade Your Windows. Old windows are one of the most common culprits for high energy consumption. Broken seals, thin panes, and poor installation can all lead to air leaks and drafts inside your home. Replacement windows are a great way to stop unwelcome air flow and instantly improve your home’s energy efficiency levels. We are certified installers of Soft-Lite Windows, which have some of the highest energy-efficiency ratings in the industry. Bring those high energy bills back down by scheduling a free, no-obligation in-home estimate today.