Where to Weatherize: Upper Air Leaks

Where to Weatherize: Upper Air Leaks

Where to Weatherize: Upper Air Leaks Weatherizing is a key practice for homeowners that involves protecting the interior of homes and buildings in order to enhance its durability against the outside elements. Homeowners must realize that weatherizing their home is an...

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Lower-Level Air Leaks in Your Home

Lower-Level Air Leaks in Your Home

Is your home freezing cold during the New England winter? Do you notice drafts in your basement, have an older home, or unsealed windows? If so, it's time for weatherization in the lower-level of your home. You may be losing heat through the bottom pocket of your Home...

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Upper-Level Air Leaks in Your Home

Upper-Level Air Leaks in Your Home

Is your heat escaping though upper-level air leaks? Does the heat from your top floor dissipate when you turn off your thermostat? Are you feeling drafts upstairs? This could be a product of poor weatherization, or air leaks in the upper areas of your home. There are...

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Nicholas Meister Featured In The Southington Observer.

Nicholas Meister Featured In The Southington Observer.

This past month, while bemoaning and stressing over the latest round of astronomically high electric bills, my boyfriend and I have sought the typical measures to get our energy in check. We keep as many lights out as possible. We turn off our TV and computers when...

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