How to use heating efficiently

Weather is very unexpected and sometimes may cause serious damage to buildings. Are there any ways to safeguard your roof?

Your drainage system carries water and debris away from your roof and back onto the ground, where it belongs. But when your gutters are clogged, water backs up onto your roof and siding. This speeds up leaks and puts you at risk of more subtle problems, such as mold and roof rot. To keep your home in the clear, make sure to get up on the ladder at least twice a year—once in the fall, and once in the spring.

 

We offer a few tips that may help save your money:

    • track down the air leaks. There are always hidden air leaks around your windows and doors which need to be isolated to keep the warm inside the house;
    • check your air filter. Filters should be replaced or cleaned once a month. They serve for the right air circulation, so they should be clean to keep air in your house fresh and free of bacterial;
    • adjust the thermostat – try lower the temperature gradually overnight as at night you can cover yourself with warm blankets;
    • install a programmable thermostat – this new technology helps to regulate the temperature automatically and not thinking of it every day, just selecting the right program.
 

Missing shingles are a problem. unless you have water dripping onto your kitchen table, it’s one of those issues that’s easy to ignore. However, you may not be as leak-free as you think. Water infiltration can occur in attics or inside walls—places where you may not see it until you have a full-blown mold infestation on your hands. Do yourself a favor and hammer out replacement shingles sooner, rather than later. It could save you a lot of trouble next time it rains.

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