Keeping Your Home Warm in the Coldest Months
Since we are still experiencing winter weather, it is important to keep your home at a comfortable, warm temperature. To combat cool air from getting into your home, there are quite a few things you can do for prevention.You may not realize all the spaces that cold air can enter your home. Have the siding, roofing and window experts at Peter L. Brown look at your home to see how you can save on energy.
Adding New Doors and Windows to Prevent Air Drafts
If your doors are older chances are there may be air leaking from underneath or on the sides of the door or through cracks in windows. It only takes a little space alongside the door for cool air to get in and cause your energy bills to rise. Getting new doors or window replacement in Hartford CT from Peter L. Brown gives you access to the latest energy-efficient models on the market. Our fiberglass doors have the lowest heat conduction for any entry door in the U.S. For an energy efficient door that provides top of the line insulation, try one of our Provia doors today.
Don’t Neglect the Rest of your Home
If you are searching for roofing in Hartford CT, Peter. L Brown has new Atlas Roofing Shingles to help your roof from discoloring or needing to be power washed. It features a Scotchgard protector to prevent moisture, algae, mold, and streaks on the roof. Roofs are often, and easily, overlooked as many minor problems go unnoticed until they turn into major problems. A proper roof will help to keep your house warm, but any leaks that go unnoticed may cause your energy bills to skyrocket. Many people overlook their roof just because it is out of sight. This does not mean that you should not inspect your roof every year for potential issues. Keeping your roof in good shape by purchasing durable shingles is one step in improving the look and efficiency of your home. With reliable roofing contractors from Peter L. Brown, you can have a quality roof material installed by someone you can trust.
So, if you are looking for ways to stay warm in throughout the winter, starting with your roof and windows is always a good idea. With these areas, you can pinpoint areas of weakness so you can increase indoor comfort, experience warmer indoor temperatures and have a decrease in energy bills. Contact Peter L. Brown today for a full-service exterior home company that you can trust!