Friday, November 17th, 2017 by Gwen Hurd
Do you ever notice how much warmer your home is when you’re baking something in the oven? My kitchen is the coldest and largest room in my house. But when I’ve got the oven going, the space transforms into a savory smelling and cozy domestic wonderland. This Thanksgiving, I’m looking forward to that cozy warm feeling in my kitchen.
But how do you get that feeling year-round?
You could bake pies every day. Or you could make sure your home is air sealed and insulated. A home that is air sealed will not be drafty. A home that is thoroughly insulated will retain its heat, meaning you can turn the thermostat up without fear of massive energy bills.
We often see kitchens that need crawl space sealing and insulation. When crawl spaces aren’t sealed, cold damp air slowly destroys fiberglass insulation. Over time, it looks like the insulation is actually melting. Our crawl space liners are designed to prevent that from happening. Do you think your kitchen might need crawl space insulation?
Dr. Energy Saver can evaluate your home’s specific needs and give your home a year-round holiday feeling. Don’t wait until February to call us, get in touch now, enjoy a comfortable cozy home all winter long.