New England Summer is right around the corner, which means the hot humid weather will be gracing our presence shortly. After memorial day weekend, we say goodbye to winter and spring and the mood changes for almost everyone!
With the temperatures about to skyrocket in the coming months, here are some things you can do to get your home ready for the season’s heat.
Ceiling fans can actually be extremely beneficial at keeping your home cool. They pull the warm air up and push it against the walls.
When your refrigerator isn’t operating properly, it can be a huge waste of energy. Clean the unit’s condensing coils to ensure it performs to its best ability.
New, energy efficient windows make all the difference! If you can’t afford new windows, think about installing low E film and sealing up any drafts that your windows are causing.
It may sound crazy but if you strategically plant leafy trees and shrubs near windows of your house, you can stop windows from shifting excess heat into your home.
Check out your attic and the areas of your home in between conditioned and unconditioned spaces of your house. Added insulation to parts of your home can be a huge difference in trying to keep the cool air in and the warm air out.
Nobody likes high energy costs, so try your best to follow these steps and you’ll help keep it down.
If you’re in need of any insulation services, please feel free to reach out. We can be contacted over the phone at 781-857-1000 or through our online contact form.