It’s been a long winter, and it still isn’t over.
At first you might have enjoyed spending so much time at home, constantly dreaming of bundling up in a blanket and watching a beloved movie with your family. But by this time of year, you’ve probably already become disillusioned. Coming out of the shower to a freezing cold bathroom — yet again — or feeling drafts when you’re trying to relax is something you’re likely growing tired of.
Fortunately, you can fall back in love with your home by making it comfortable, cozy, and energy efficient during every season.
An Energy Audit: A Diagnosis for Your Home
Why is your home so uncomfortable and why are your heating bills so high?
You might be quick to blame your heating system, but it’s actually likely not the culprit. The most common reason homes in western Massachusetts get so cold and uncomfortable during the winter is due to air leaks and a lack of proper insulation.
However, the only way to truly find out why you’re falling out of love with your home due to discomfort and high energy bills is an energy audit. During a home energy audit, a home performance professional will diagnose your home by finding the reasons you’ve been experiencing certain issues and formulate a solution that will help to remedy the problems.
Comfort & Energy Efficiency for Your Home
Once you implement the tailored recommendations from the energy audit for your home, you’ll be able to achieve the comfort and energy efficiency that it’s been lacking.
Fortunately, improvements like air sealing and insulation not only boost your home’s comfort during the winter — but also year-round. So you can stay warm and toasty during the winter and cool and comfortable during the summer.
Energía: Air Sealing & Insulation Company in Western MA
If you are still experiencing issues with uneven temperatures, drafts, and high energy bills, it’s time to take action. The team at Energía will be able to make your home comfortable and energy efficient. On top of that, you will have one of the best contracting experiences you have ever had.
Schedule an assessment by email form or by calling (413) 322-3111