Winter is creeping in and so are the colder temperatures. You may even be starting to turn the heat on in your home. Don’t waste money by letting the heat leak out of your home. Have the home remodeling experts at Kliethermes Homes and Remodeling ensure that your home is insulated properly.
You may be thinking about a home remodeling project to spruce up your home. If you are going to be remodeling, you will want to spend the extra money to have your home insulated the right way in the process. New forms of insulation are on the market today that are vastly superior to the stuff builders insulated homes with in the past. Upgrading the insulation of your home can save you hundreds of dollars each year in heating costs. In the long run you will be saving large amounts of money retaining heat in the winter and air conditioning in the summer.
Even if you are not remodeling, it is still smart to have your home insulted with the new top-of-the-line insulation. While the cost upfront may not seem too appealing, you need to consider what you will end up saving during the years you spend in your home. Keep in mind that upgraded insulation as well as basement, bath and kitchen remodeling can all add value to your home.
There are also a few things you can do right away if you are not ready to spend the money on upgrading your insulation. Find out where air is leaking from your home. You can do this by walking past doors and windows with a lit incense and see where smoke gets sucked in or blown out. Once you find leaks you can seal them up with basic caulking. Adding caulking around windows and foam inserts in door frames can help keep warm air from escaping which in turn, saves you money.
If you want to upgrade your insulation, contact Kliethermes Homes & Remodeling. We will help you save money on heating and air conditioning bills while increasing the value of your home. Be sure to call the expert remodelers at Kliethermes for your next home remodeling project.
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