Get your home ready for winter
17 November 2023
Another way to increase your energy efficiency, reduce your energy bills, and get your home ready for winter is to tackle pesky draughts.
Identify draughts around your home and seal the gaps using draught excluders, caulking, and weather stripping, which can be affordably purchased from most DIY shops. This will prevent warm air from escaping and cold air from creeping into your home during the winter months.
Check out our full list of draught-proofing tips for your home.
Winter brings its own set of challenges but with proactive preparation, you can keep your home cosy and secure. Remember, taking proactive measures to winterise your home not only ensures your comfort but also contributes to a more sustainable and cost-effective living environment. So, as winter approaches, take the time to follow the essential steps in this blog, then sit back and relax with a hot drink and enjoy your home.
If you’re a Places for People customer, we may be able to help with home repairs or help you receive tailored local support this winter. Contact us at any time. You can also take a look at our other helpful guides and blogs for more home tips.