Turning a house into a home is a gradual albeit painstaking process. Home improvements and making fixes is just a tiny part of making the space more amenable to live and raise a family. However, the likelihood of us spending the rest of lives in one house is highly improbable. So, before selling a house and moving into another one, having things to fix is a given.
‘Your home is your castle’ as the saying goes. As such, one rite of passage – at least when it comes to homeownership – is home improvements. Heck, we have several TV channels dedicated to it, not to mention the superstores, magazines, and websites. However, one challenge for the average homeowner is how to pay for your improvements.
Heating costs are a major expense for many, especially in colder climates. Residents of these regions spend more than 65 percent of their annual utility budget during the winter. Here are four home improvements that can lower your energy bills this winter.