How to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient This Winter

Posted on on January 22nd, 2016


With the winter storm on it’s way, many homeowners will be turning up the heat to stay warm and cozy.

Unfortunately, this can lead to a big utility bill at the end of the month.  In order to help keep your home more energy efficient on cold days and save money all winter long – we recommend that homeowners check their walls, attic, and basement for insulation.

Many homes have inadequate insulation that leaves the walls of your home unprotected against the cold winter air.  If you notice that your home is unevenly heated or that your energy bills are particularly high this winter, it might be time for you to upgrade and improve your home insulation.

Blown in cellulose insulation, tripolymer insulation, and spray foam insulation are all excellent ways to ensure that every nook and cranny of your home is well insulated.  Without gaps in your insulation, the walls of your home do a better job at keeping cold, dry winter air outside, and warm, cozy heated air indoors.  This can help you improve the energy efficiency of your home – and you’ll spend less on your home heating bills!

Is it time to upgrade your home insulation? Our experts are here to help.  Visit our website to learn more about the services that Good Life Energy Savers has to offer or call us directly at 203-297-6337.  We can help you make your home energy efficient this winter.

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