Tips For Insulating Your Home

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Tips For Insulating Your Home – The warm days will soon turn into bitter cold for the winter and staying warm will be at the top of everyone’s list of priorities. Taking the time now to make sure your home is insulated properly will not only keep you warm this winter, but it could also help on cutting the cost of your energy bill. Here are six tips to help you throughout the process of insulating your home.


Locate Problem Areas

When the weather outside turns cold, do you notice certain areas in your home that are draftier than others? Whether it be a window or a door, identifying the problem is important so you can move forward and think about the solutions you need.


Seal Windows and Doors

With the use of weather stripping, you can stop the flow of air in the problem areas you’ve previously notified. This will also help to cut down on your energy bill because your heat will stay indoors, where you want it.


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Select Insulation

There are a ton of different types of insulation, so you’ll want to select the best option for your home and different areas in your home. Talk to a local professional to help you identify your insulation needs.


Add Window Treatments

Some people might think that changing up your window treatments for winter is excessive, but it can also do wonders for the insulation of your home in the colder months. Add thicker curtains and keep them shut when the sun sets to keep the warmth in.


Check the Attic

Most people don’t tend to check their attics, so they don’t realize how much cold air can actually get in. Tackle the problem early on and seal any air leaks that you find.


Purchase a Door Snake

For a quick and easy fix around your doors, purchase a door snake to keep the rooms in your home from getting drafty. You can also make a DIY door snake with an old sock or pillow case. Either way, you’ll come to find that it’s a necessity to get rid of the draft coming through below the door.


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