Energy Savings Tips for Homeowners to Reduce Heating and Cooling Costs #infographic

Energy Savings Tips for Homeowners to Reduce Heating and Cooling Costs #infographic

You're not alone if you're seeing your home energy costs spike in the summer and winter months. As per the U.S. In the U.S., more than 50 percent of home energy usage is used for heating and air conditioning. That means slight changes to your home's thermal efficiency can have a major effect on your energy usage for homeowners like you. They can even cut your monthly energy bill drastically. These home upgrades can also help minimize energy waste from bad home insulation if you're trying to reduce your carbon footprint and protect the environment.

According to Energy STAR, the most popular areas in an air leak home where energy is lost for heating or cooling are creeping gaps, dryer vents, exterior faucets, sill panels, heating and cooling ducts, attic hatches, recessed light fixtures, plumbing vent stacks, lowered soffits, and chimney sills and top panels.

Moreover, without proper separation, old windows and doors, windows and doors, plumbing penetrations made through floors and ceilings, fireplace dampers, attic access hatches, the tops of partition walls and fan installations may also cause air leakage in a house.

Energy Savings Tips for Homeowners to Reduce Heating and Cooling Costs #infographic

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