Ways to make your home energy efficient for fall/winter
If your home or apartment is consuming more energy than your thinning wallet can afford, experts say now is the time to prepare your greedy abode for those costly fall and winter months.
According to the U.S. Green Building Council, homeowners should make certain the attic and walls in their single dwelling are insulated well to reduce the amount of heat that is required to keep the home warm.
In the event of little, if any, insulation present, homeowners may want to consider cellulose insulation, a plant fiber blown into wall and roof cavities to provide some thermal buffering whenever Jack Frost or Old Man Winter decide to pay an extended visit.
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