Home Improvement Blog: A Toolbox of Ideas
In yesterday’s article, we looked at 5 exterior tasks to help your home “weather” the winter. Today, we will take a look at 5 interior projects to make your home more comfy and cozy. These are simple and easy but can make a difference in the comfort of your home and the amount you spend on your energy bills.
Winter has officially started on the solstice calendar and soon the weather will follow. Here in Northeast Ohio, it is best to be prepared for these harsh elements as they can take a toll on our homes. In this 4 part series we will take a look at 10 important steps to take on both the inside and the outside of your home. In this first article, we will look at 5 exterior tasks that should be on your winter checklist.
We are nearing the days when the temperatures will be dipping into what most of us consider “cold”. As well, the calendar will be reflecting the next season, winter. There are simple things we can do around our home to make them more energy efficient and comfortable this winter.
Everyone is always looking for ways to save money. One of the best ways to save money on your home is by replacing your windows. For most homeowners, your home is your largest investment. It’s very easy to trade in those old, drafty inefficient windows for new, state-of-the-art energy efficient replacement windows.
With winter quickly approaching, gas and electric bills are sure to increase. Make sure your home is winterized and prepared for the cold. Here are ten ways to make sure you keep some of that heat and money in your house.
1. Add Another Layer of Attic Insulation