Del-Air Even though it’s still early in the season, this winter in Florida has already been chilly. The heating service experts at Del-Air Heating and Air Conditioning take pride in keeping families toasty all year long while helping them save money on heating costs. Here are a few of our top tips for insulating your windows and doors against the cold: Upgrade Your Decor Looking for an excuse to redecorate this winter? Buying heavy fabric curtains or draperies is a great way to protect against drafts and heat loss while adding an interesting style element to your home. Just remember to install your new curtains with care, as gaps at the top of the window can draw warm air from the rest of the room and cool it between the fabric and glass. Utilize Window Insulation Film Want to keep your family warm throughout the next cold spell? Consider installing insulation film on your home’s windows. Unlike blinds or curtains, insulation film allows light to penetrate while keeping the cold from entering your home. As an added bonus, the film reflects the sun’s heat, reducing overall temperatures inside during the hot summer months. Protect Your Home from Drafts Sick of feeling that draft when you walk past a window or door? To avoid running your furnace nonstop this winter, utilize draft snakes (fabric tubes filled with insulation material) to seal off windowsills and other openings in the home. Affordable and easy to install, draft snakes can have a seriously positive effect on your utility bills. You may also want to seal air leaks in the walls, floors and ceilings to stop warm air from escaping and ensure your family’s comfort throughout the season. Call Del-Air for Your Home Insulation Needs Not only does insulating your windows and doors help keep your family comfortable throughout the winter, but it also saves you serious money on heating costs. The heating service professionals at Del-Air provide Florida families with the best heating and AC services available. Call us today for an appointment with our experts or check out more great HVAC tips in Del-Air’s blog.

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