Since up to 70% of the energy used in the home goes for heating and cooling, it’s important to be sure you have enough insulation. A simple test is to look in your attic. If you can see the top of the ceiling joists, then you need more insulation. Insulation comes in rolls you can install yourself, or it can be blown into the attic.
Jac asks, “Any advice for simple, inexpensive ways to winterize an apartment?”
Since you don’t own your residence, your options for energy reduction are limited to ones that won’t require making physical changes to your apartment. However, there are still a number of ways you can save energy.
Winterizing your home is just a fancy way of saying you’re making it more energy efficient. here are my top seven suggestions that you should think about doing to help protect your home against Old Man Winter and make the colder temps more tolerable. Read on to find out more.