When it's cold outside, windows that allow drafts to enter the home can be a real pain. Not only do you have to deal with the unwanted cold air, but you have to spend more on your energy bill due to needing to turn up the thermostat in order to keep the home at a somewhat comfortable temperature. Luckily, you can improve your home's energy efficiency by replacing your old, draft windows with new, energy-efficient replacement windows. However, what do you do until you can get those new windows installed?
Tips for Keeping the Drafts at Bay
Until you can replace your windows, there are a few things that you can do to minimize the drafts. Here are four:
While all of the above tactics are great for reducing drafts in your home, they are not by any means a permanent solution. If you want to ensure that your energy bills are kept to a minimum and your drafts are eliminated, then you need to consider replacement windows. Contact us today to learn more and to schedule a home inspection.