Weatherization done right can immediately make your home more comfortable while lowering your energy bills, better controlling indoor temperature, controlling moisture, and keeping pests and pollutants out. And more importantly, weatherizing will improve the indoor air quality in your home, so everyone in your family can breathe easier.
A home renovation project is the best time to weatherize your home. This can include installing insulation, reducing air infiltration and pressure imbalances, sealing and repairing ducts, and tuning and repairing heating and cooling units.
Let's talk about how to weatherize your home during your remodel. A little bit of work to properly seal your home now will add up to thousands of dollars of savings in your future.