It’s probably a good idea. If you have drafts coming from the doors and around the windows, your home will continuously cost more money to heat and cool. Although getting new doors and windows installed will cost money, it’s likely to put more cash in your pocket long term.
- Getting new doors
This might seem like something you can’t fit into your budget, but it can actually end up paying for itself. With older, drafty doors letting the cool air out in the summer and the warm air in the winter, your heating and cooling bills are surely higher than they need to be. The door installation experts at Mr. Handyman know a new door can make all the difference while lowering your home’s energy consumption for years to come. Hiring one of their professional door installer services can make sure the job’s done right the first time.
- Stopping drafty windows
Stop forking out money for expensive heating and cooling bills that simply bleed out old, drafty windows. Mr. Handyman knows the best way to lower your utilities is to replace old windows with new, double-paned windows. These trap air between the panes, eliminating wasted energy in your home year-round.
You may also want to consider weatherstripping doors, which is another great way to improve your home's energy efficiency.
If you have drafty windows and doors in your home, don’t wait any longer to save energy. Contact Mr. Handyman today to get started on permanently lowering your utility costs.