http://info.amerifirst.com/winterize-... It's that time of year where it's getting cold and you want to stay warm. Your house is your home and you don't want to freeze in it, right? So where do you start? Insulation? Weatherization? The experts say it's all about the insulation and the airflow.
Mike Horvath and his team at Lakeshore Construction based in Lawton, Michigan take us through a house as they prepare for a Michigan winter. The team blows in cellulose insulation into an attic. Then Mike takes us through the house as the pull all the air out of it, checking for leaks around doors, windows, baseboards and outlets.
When you're looking to get your home ready for winter, getting the advice and help of a professional can be priceless. The blower door you see typically runs about $150 for the service. then Mike and his team can help you seal off what's needed, and ensure your insulation is up to par for the winter.
Winterization also helps in the summer. The more energy efficient your home is, the better off you during every season.