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Winterize Your Home

Winter Snow Man in the home.

As the temperature drop and the winter season approaches, homeowners tend to focus on indoor maintenance  and how to keep their homes nice and cozy during this time, often referred to as winterizing the home. We want to make sure we are effectively heating our homes, and when we do we want to ensure the heat is staying where it is supposed to, inside.

Homeowner winterizing their home by sealing up cracks.


One of the biggest culprits for heat loss is gaps and leaks around doors and windows. Look for any drafts in windows and doors, wood trim, fireplaces, and locations where wiring and piping enter your home. If found, use a high quality caulk or weatherstripping to seal these gaps. This simple step prevents warm air from escaping and cold air from sneaking in.

Proper insulation is also a key player in maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature. Ensure your attic and walls are adequately insulated to prevent heat from escaping. A well-insulated home not only keeps you warm but eases the workload on your HVAC system, reducing energy consumption.

Consider upgrading to a smart thermostat if you haven’t already. These devices allow you to program and control your home’s temperature remotely, optimizing energy use. Some even learn your habits and adjust settings automatically for maximum efficiency. 

A qualified technician should inspect your heating system each year. This ensures it operated at peak performance. Regular maintenance not only extends the life of your HVAC unit but also helps identify and address potential issues before they become major problems. 

Be sure to also inspect your vents and make sure they are not blocked by furniture or other obstructions. Be sure to change your furnace filter each month. This ensures proper airflow and allows your HVAC system to distribute warm air efficiently throughout your home. 

Ecobee smart thermostat and sensor set to 72

If your budget allows, consider upgrading to energy-efficient windows. These windows are designed to minimize heat transfer, keeping your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. 

Keep in mind, there are programs available that can help cover the costs of winterizing your home if you qualify.

In conclusion, winterizing your home is not only a wise investment in your comfort but also a step towards reducing your environmental footprint. By taking these HVAC-centric measures, you can ensure a cozy, energy-efficient home throughout the winter months. Stay warm, stay comfortable, and let your HVAC system do its job seamlessly.

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