Do it yourself: 10 Ways to Winterize Your Home: Save money while remaining warm and cozy throughout the winter by acting now before the cold arrives.
There are many ways in which home owners can save a lot of money by doing the little things that makes a big difference in finances. It is essential to remember that acting now will save you money later. We, at executive builders and remodelers would love the opportunity to help you with some of the tips and provide a FREE in-home estimates on your repairs and remodeling projects. We have been in business since 2003 and have limitless resources and experience to make it right the first time. It is also important that you read some of our reviews online to get a clear idea on what we are all about! Hope to see you on the other side. Without further ado, here are the 10 most important tips homeowners like you, uses to save money. Hope you like it! Please share!
1) Change your furnace filters.
2) Turning down the temperature 10 degrees Fahrenheit on your hot water heater saves 3 to 5 percent on energy costs.
3) Drafts can waste 5 to 30 percent of your energy use. You may already know where some air leakage occurs in your home, such as an under-the-door draft.
4) Storm Doors and Windows; Replacing or caulking and weatherstripping exterior doors can save money and energy.
5) Thermostat control! Each 1-degree drop for an eight-hour period reduces your fuel bill about one percent.
6) We love it when you Boost Insulation!! The proper type of insulation, in the right amount, will help trap heat and save you unnecessary heating costs.
7) Tune up that Furnace; getting your furnace tuned up could actually save you a lot of money.
8) Don’t let the heat escape in the air duct!! 10 to 30 percent of heated (or cooled) air in an average system escapes from ducts. Catch it!!
9) Yeah! Wear clothes :).
10) Choose the Right Contractor; choosing the right contractor can make a big difference between a successful home renovation project and a disaster. Contact us today: Website: http://bit.ly/2iufGtQ Phone: (484) 472-8305