As a homeowner, each season brings unique tasks which keep your home in good shape and make a world of difference. They can save you costly service fees and repair costs, and they can make your home more energy efficient. Here’s a look at the season-by-season tasks you should add to your checklist every year. Winter When the cold weather comes rolling in, it’s time to prep your house. Check out these specific things to get the most out of your energy bills: ● Tune up your heating system with a certified technician. ● Caulk windows and doors. ● Reverse [More]
One of the biggest issues homeowners battle with each summer is high utility bills. As the heat increases outside, so too does your reliance on your HVAC unit. And those extra fossil fuels are burning more than just a hole in your pocket. The truth is that you likely have areas of your home (this is doubly true if your home is older) that could be replaced to keep some of that cold air inside.
Winter is almost over! But between spreading holiday cheer and the cost of heating your home, a bit of extra money in the spring would be a welcome addition. One easy way to begin saving money in the New Year is by cutting energy costs.