When Fall arrives and temperatures start to lower, many homeowners begin to think about getting ready for Winter. Although energy efficiency is important year - round, especially during hot Georgia Summers, colder temps certainly make saving energy a priority for many homeowners. Here are a few things you can do to improve the energy efficiency of your home this Fall – and all year long.
Improve Your Windows Old windoes are inefficient and leak conditioned air. Switch out your window screens for storm windows—if you have them—before the frigid temps kick in. This improvement alone will save you money on energy costs, protect your windows from the elements, and eliminate drafts throughout Fall and Winter.
Seal Windows & Doors Air sealing around windows and doors helps prevent conditioned air from escaping. Caulking and sealing these openings is one of the least expensive maintenance jobs you can do.
These few steps can help your energy bills and make your home more comfortable. Ready go get started? We can help! Call today for a free insulation estimate. (706) 868-8925