Insulated windows can offer a boost to your home’s efficiency, but for many homeowners, the cost and hassle of a window replacement simply isn’t worth it. The good news, though, is that you can weatherize existing windows to keep your efficiency high and your energy costs low.
Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Window insulation’
How to Weatherize Existing Windows and Boost Your Home’s EfficiencyTuesday, May 26th, 2015
What’s the Best Type of Insulation for My Attic?Thursday, January 8th, 2015
A properly insulated attic not only improves energy performance, but it also helps your home maintain a comfortable temperature all year-round. Energy Star states that central California homes should add R25 to R38 insulation in attics that are already insulated and R30 to R60 insulation in uninsulated attics. The best type of insulation for your attic depends on the type of insulation already in it, its age and your home’s sun exposure.