How to “Green” Your Home for Summer

Posted on on May 29th, 2015


Paper cut of family with house and car on green grassWant to improve the energy efficiency of your home this summer?  With a few simple home improvement changes, you can help reduce your impact on the environment – and your wallet!

Eco-Friendly Home Tips:

  • Seal Leaky Windows – Windows can be a big source of energy loss in your home.  Make sure that your windows are sealed to prevent warm, humid summer air from getting indoors.  This will help keep your home comfortable and keep your air conditioning system from working as hard on hot days.
  • Add Insulation – Many older homes don’t have proper insulation in their walls, attics and crawl spaces.  Check to see if your home is properly insulated.  Spray foam insulation can even be added to your existing insulation to further improve your home’s energy efficiency and reduce solar heat gain during the summer.
  • Install a Programmable Thermostat – Programmable thermostats keep your home cool when you need it, and help you save energy while you’re away at work!

If you are in need of home insulation, including spray foam insulation, attic insulation, wall insulation or injection foam insulation, contact our office!  Our professional technicians can help answer any questions you have about how you can improve your home’s energy-efficiency this spring.

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