Written on: February 25, 2019
You pay to heat every inch of air in your Connecticut or Westchester County home during the winter – but not all of that air actually stays indoors. In fact, anywhere from 10 to 20 percent of the air you pay to heat (or cool in the summer) could be lost through air leaks in the building envelope of your home.
The question is how do you stop all that money from flying out the window?
To keep the warm air inside your house and keep your bills as low as possible this winter ad early spring, try these four tips:
Follow these tips and you will keep the warm air in and the cold air out, which will make your home more comfortable while saving some you money. Use them in combination with high-efficiency heating equipment and professional heating equipment maintenance and you will be cozy for less money for years to come.
Think it’s too late for heating system maintenance? Think again! Temps in our service area typically dip into the mid-40s well into May – which means you will be relying on your heating system for a while longer. Contact Westmore to schedule professional heating system service today!