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As temperatures throughout the winter fluctuate, there are some unseasonably warm days, but there are also the bitter cold and snowy ones here in New Jersey. With any snow…
As winter begins to take hold in New Jersey, you need to prepare your home to handle the cold.
Unpleasant drafts, feeling too hot or too cold and skyrocketing energy bills are unfortunately all too common problems. If you’ve been experiencing these issues and aren’t sure what’s causing them — it’s time to find out.
An energy efficient home can help you get comfortable year-round, while saving you money and helping to reduce your impact on the environment.
There are many more benefits to an energy efficient home than just using less energy. Having a home that is more energy efficient means lower monthly bills and a higher resale value. Energy efficiency also translates to comfort, health, safety and improved quality of life.
While there are some issues that affect a home’s performance that can’t be detected by the naked eye, there are several you can easily spot.
When the seasons start to change people start to adapt to a new set of temperatures and weather patterns. Here in New Jersey that includes temperatures rising into the nineties and the potential for summer thunderstorms flashing across the sky.
April showers bring May flowers, so with all the rain that’s coming down and the high humidity levels of New Jersey summers, will your home be safe from excess moisture?