With sub-zero temperatures common during the Upper Valley’s winter months, many area homeowners worry about keeping their families warm.
Weatherizing your home can give you less to worry about. By finding and plugging the places where warm air escapes, and cold air comes into, your house, you and your family will have a more comfortable home. The same steps help you beat the heat in the summer, too, as your home will stay cooler.
Keep your family warm in winter, cooler in summer, save money on energy bills and protect the environment by weatherizing your home!
Weatherizing your home can cut the average homeowner’s energy use between 25 and 30 percent.
That means saving $800 to $1,000 a year, making your upfront investments in weatherization (supplies, contractor fees, etc.) a pretty good bargain.