9 Small Upgrades That Will Make Your Home Way More Energy Efficient

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2. Home Inspection

Hiring a licensed home inspector to do a thermal imaging assessment can help with finding where you’re losing most of your heat. With the thermal imaging camera, the inspector can measure the difference in temperature throughout your home. Maybe all you need is to add some insulation to make sure your home is properly sealed.

3. Attic Insulation

Insufficient insulation in your attic can be a major cause of heat loss in your home. The temperature in your attic should match the air outside, so I’d recommend at least one inch of closed-cell spray foam to keep it that way. Installing spray foam is not a DIY job, so make sure you get a professional to do the job. Make sure there’s good ventilation in the attic and seal off any potential heat or energy loss areas, such as windows and door frames.

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