Windows are the primary way heat enters your home. Just like how magnifying glasses can burn objects in the bright sun, windows, if in the wrong light (literally) can bring unnecessary heat to the home you’re trying to cool. With these few tips, you can keep your house cooler by blocking heat from your windows.Details
Home insulation typically comes in long pieces called batts that you can roll out and install quickly. However, this material poses serious risks. In fact, after you learn about those perils, you might never again want to rely on it.Details
School is back in session, the leaves are starting to change colors and the pumpkins are soon ready for carving – yes, fall is finally here. Now is the time to pack up your shorts and sandals and to pull out your jacket and boots. It’s also the time to make sure that your home is ready for the upcoming winter.Details
Whether you live in an older home with outdated windows or you’re simply interested in making your house more efficient during the coldest months of the year, window replacement can offer large benefits in the long-run.Details
It’s summer once again and temperatures rise as quickly as energy bills. San Antonio has an electricity rate 22 percent below the U.S. average, but failing to use energy conservation could mean you aren’t benefitting from the savings.
Take the first step to saving energy by learning which rooms account for the most waste.Details