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As you start preparing for the heating season your focus might be solely on your heating equipment. While that’s perfectly okay, there are also other things you can do for your home to help increase the efficiency of your heating system, conserve the amount of energy your home uses, and save money on heating costs. It’s time to get wise and weatherize!
E.T. Lawson’s weatherization services are a year-round solution to any Hampton Roads homeowner’s comfort concerns. But it’s especially helpful during the heating season, when you want to keep the cold air out and the warm air in!
There are many ways for you to weatherize your home and save on energy costs…
Upgrading your home’s insulation can do wonders for energy savings and comfort improvement, and utilizing AirTight Spray Foam Insulation ensures that every nook and cranny of your home is insulated from the elements. By conforming to any architectural design, AirTight provides insulation in even the hardest to reach areas of the home!
It might not be common knowledge, but anywhere from 20 to 30 percent of air flowing through your home could be escaping from damaged ducts! With Aeroseal Duct Sealing, you’ll be able to take advantage of every bit of heated air that you pay for. What’s more, properly sealed ducts keep dust and dirt out of your home, too!
Unless you have a finished attic in your home, it’s the one location where a lot of issues can arise when it comes to containing conditioned air. Hot and cold air can get in and out easily through an unfinished attic – and that’s where AttiCat Attic Insulation comes in! You can save up to 20% on heating and cooling costs with AttiCat in your attic alone … imagine what you can save when the rest of your home is weatherized!
It’s always a good time to prepare your home! Call or contact us today to learn more about our weatherization services and help your home keep your family warm and cozy this coming heating season.