As the cool temperatures dip, it’s important to recognize how a home loses heat. Some may notice that trying to keep the house warm and toasty is a never-ending battle because heat is leaking out, or in some cases, never even making it to the inside of your home.
Sometimes leaky ducts are the culprit of lost heat. Most ducts are not airtight, allowing heat to escape before it can reach the inside your home. A simple inspection done by you or a professional can determine if this is how your home is losing heat.
Another way your home may be losing heat is through small holes or crevices on the exterior walls of your home. These are usually very small, but can be a big source of heat loss.