4 Ways to Make Your Home More Energy-Efficient

4 Ways to Make Your Home More Energy-Efficient

A Guide to Valuable Energy Savings and Protection


Fall is here and that means winter is around the corner! Don’t spend another year wasting your money on heating bills. There are several ways to weatherize your home begin saving this winter and other seasons to come.

Replace your windows: Replacing your old windows with new, energy-efficient vinyl windows will help insulate your home, keeping the warm air inside and the cold air outside. Make sure the windows meet the ENERGYSTAR® requirements to keep your home comfortable and your bills affordable.

Check your insulation: Make sure your home is properly insulated in key areas: the attic, basement or crawlspace, around windows and doors, in living areas and around your exterior. There are several options to insulate these areas. Proper insulation will better your home’s thermal barrier from the harsh elements.

Upgrade your sidingUpdate the cladding on your home with insulated vinyl siding. Vinyl siding on the home with a higher R- Value (resistance to heat flow) will provide better insulation for your home. Learn more about vinyl siding from the experts at the Vinyl Siding Institute.

Install an energy-efficient entry door: A new entry door can increase the comfort and energy-efficiency of your home, as well as the curb appeal.

There are many options to create a thermal blanket around your home to increase energy-efficiency and lower your heating bills before winter gets here. Don’t miss out on another year of savings! Learn more about energy-efficient products and the tax credits available on them.

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