Keeping your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter is something every homeowner strives to do. The good news is you don't need a Ph.D. to create a comfortable living space. What you need is a bit research, a little inspection and a few hours of work.
The problem is most homeowners think too highly of their homes. Many do not realize that their home may be less insulated than they think. Here are a few signs you should look for as you stroll around the house.
As This Old House shares, "a door's weather seals, if it has any at all, can rip, compress, bend, or wear out over time, leaving chilly winter air free to enter (or expensive air-conditioned air to leave)." The moral of the lesson? Keep your door sealed and keep an eye on it!
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