Easy ways to weatherize your home
Posted September 17
Extreme temperatures—hot or cold—can send your energy bills through the roof while also creating an uncomfortable living space for your family.
Almost two-thirds of American adults live in a home that needs weatherization, according to a recent online survey commissioned by Duck brand and conducted by Harris Poll.
To bring down energy costs and make the temperature in your home more comfortable, consider defending your home with helpful tools like Roll-On Window Kits, Double Draft Seals, Socket Sealers and Attic Stairway Covers. You can also adjust ceiling fans, install a programmable thermostat and open or close curtains to leverage sunlight and shade.
To learn more about weatherization products and ways you can make your home more comfortable and efficient, visit duckbrand.com/weatherization.
Don’t resign yourself to high energy bills and an uncomfortable living space. Weatherizing is simple, affordable and effective.