Does your home suffer from ice dams, frozen pipes or cold spots? Are you tired of wasting money to heat a leaky home? Weatherization may address these problems and deliver increased year-round comfort. Weatherization involves air-sealing and increasing the insulation in your attic, basement, and walls. Click on the links below to learn more.
Receiving an energy assessment from an Efficiency Maine Residential Registered Vendor is a logical first step toward weatherizing your home. Energy assessments involve various tests to help you prioritize which areas to weatherize first. Click here to learn more about energy assessments.
Reducing the amount of air that leaks in and out of your home can be a cost-effective way to reduce heating costs and improve comfort. Some air sealing measures like caulking and weather stripping can be completed as do-it-yourself projects, but many air sealing projects should be performed by a professional. Click here to learn more about air sealing.
Increasing the amount of insulation in your home can reduce heat loss during the winter and heat gain during the summer. When insulation is properly installed, heating and cooling systems will run less, helping to reduce energy bills and keeping you more comfortable. Click here to learn more about insulation.