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Home Improvement Projects You Can Do During the Winter

Are you a homeowner looking to improve your home during the winter months? If so, then you might be wondering about what projects would be most worth your time. There are so many things you could potentially do that the list is endless, but today we will be talking about three projects that are relatively easy to do and might just save you money.

Add Insulation to Your Attic

The first home improvement project you can do during the winter is to add insulation to your attic. Since you probably won’t want to tear down your walls to add insulation on top of what’s already there, improving your attic may be your best bet. One of the easiest ways to do this is by adding blow-in insulation. You’ll need quite a few tools to complete this project, so you might consider hiring a professional if you aren’t adequately equipped.

Install Draft Stoppers

The second home improvement project you can do during the winter is to install draft stoppers. Your stoppers can either be made of fabric, silicone, vinyl, or something you pick for yourself. These simple items fit at the base of your doors and windows and can really help regulate the temperature in your house. There is nothing complicated about installing them either. The hardest part just might be picking your favorite color!

Install Programmable Thermostats

The third home improvement project you can do during the winter is to install programmable thermostats. With these clever devices, you’ll be able to create schedules and adjust your temperature as needed. One of the best things about programmable smart systems is that you don’t have to constantly worry about them. Once you have set up your program, you can rest assured that it’s doing its part to save you money and electricity.

Let Us Winterize Your Home

If you would like us to winterize your house, then give us a call. Stanley Exteriors is dedicated to making your home safe and secure, and we’ll do it for a fair and affordable price.

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