Baseboard heaters are heat and cooling loss culprits if left unsealed. Proper sealing requires little in the way of materials, but there are a few steps to take to access the units correctly.
Believe it or not, exterior walls can require sealing, too, especially in older homes. This is a straight-forward DIY job that can be completed in an afternoon.
One way to seal up a basement to improve a home's energy efficiency is to use Rigid Foam Insulation. Follow these steps to ensure correct installation and a proper fit.
An unsealed basement can be a major contributor to home heat loss. This overview takes a look at a typical basement and targets the main sources of potential heat loss.
Sealing your concrete garage floor can protect it from road salt, eliminate concrete dust and prevent stains.
Your garage door is among the most complex mechanical components of your home. Therefore, yearly maintenance is important to ensuring its smooth operation and long life.