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Make Your Home Energy Efficient During The Colder Months

It’s finally fall! Time for pumpkin spice lattes and falling leaves. As the weather gets cooler, it’s also a great time to check your home’s energy efficiency. The following are ways to make your home more energy efficient and reduce energy costs.

Upgrade To Low-E Windows And Let The Sunshine In.

If your windows are older or have cracks, it may be time for an upgrade. Low-E windows are a great, affordable solution for lowering your utility bill. Even if you have unique shapes or would like to change the look of your windows, our experts can recommend an affordable solution that will save you energy.

Check Your Roof Insulation.

Proper roofing insulation in your attic can help minimize heat loss during the winter months. When your attic is well-insulated, it reduces the transfer of heat between the interior of your home and the outdoors. This eases the strain on your heating and cooling systems to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures. Proper insulation also helps to lengthen your roof’s lifespan by minimizing the potential for temperature-related damage.

Switch To Solar Roofing.

Sustainable, renewable energy solutions such as solar roofing can be a smart way to reduce costly energy bills. Considering that the typical energy consumption in Florida is 1,142 kWh, many Florida homeowners can realize a significant return on their investment when installing solar panels on their roof. In addition to energy savings, solar panels can also add to a home’s resale value. These are just a few of the ways you can reduce your energy bills during the cooler months – and keep more money in your pocket for holiday gift shopping! If you’d like to learn more about how Noland’s can help with window replacement, roof insulation, and solar panel installation, contact us today!