Imagine how much more your energy bill would be if you left your front door wide open in the middle of winter – in effect, that’s what you’re doing if you don’t weatherize your home.
On average, a U.S. home leaks the equivalent of a four-foot hole in an exterior wall through spaces around windows and doors, and through its under-insulated walls.
That’s why weatherization is one of the best bang-for-the-buck investments you can make for your Connecticut or New York home – especially when you also add high efficiency heating equipment to the equation.
In this first of a two-part post, we’ll touch on the benefits of weatherizing; in Part 2, we’ll give you a checklist of common weatherization measures that will help you tackle the job in the months ahead.
The bottom line: weatherization works! Stay tuned for a checklist of some of the best weatherization measures or your Connecticut home coming in our next blog.
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