Making one’s home energy efficient goes a long way in reducing energy costs. We can substantially lower costs while remaining comfortable — one does not have to be sacrificed for the other. Let’s take a look at a few changes we can do that can make a big difference.
Today, eavestroughs can be purchased at local big box hardware and building supply stores. This style comes in the form of smaller segments that require attachment to each other. These “seamed” eavestroughs are the go-to style for the DIY’er
As hot air is known to rise, the attic and roof are the most vulnerable areas of the home for heat loss. Following a close second is the home’s exterior walls. When the focus is on energy efficiency, a well-insulated attic is key.
The sun is a source of an essential vitamin – vitamin D – it is a source of rejuvenation and provides a person with a sense of happiness because they are basking in the warm glow that the sun is. It has been determined by science that a healthy dose of sunshine every day is good for one’s health