Find Air Leaks and Save Money on Heating
It doesn’t matter if your home was built in 1968 or 2018: There’s a good chance it has at least a few air leaks. So what, you ask? Well, an increase in unwanted airflow could cut into your cash flow in the long run.
“If you’re not sealing your home against air leakage, you’re significantly reducing your energy efficiency,” says Michael DiMartino, senior vice president of installations at Power Home Remodeling in Chester, PA.
In addition to losing heat or air conditioning, you could also be overworking your HVAC system, which could shorten its life span.
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