Most appropriate since it left no room for mercy with the sun’s rays beating down and that uncomfortable thick veil of humidity bringing the heat index to well over 100 degrees on some days. Not only can the heat do a good number on us, but it can also wreak havoc on your home, especially the roof.
Obviously, the exposed roof takes the most hit and should be checked on a couple of times a year for wear, but what’s going on under the roof in the attic is just as important. In the articles, we shared things to look for and ways to keep your home cool, comfortable and energy-efficient. On that note, we will be discussing ventilation this month.
While summer is the perfect time to fire up the barbecue or enjoy a spur-of-the-moment vacation, it can also be the hardest season to score deals. Because these months are the peak time for many resorts and airlines, you’re less likely to find discounted products and services. But summer doesn’t have to be expensive; in fact, it can be frugal and fun when you use these clever ways to save!
Whew, it is HOT out there. One step outside from a comfortably air conditioned space and the heat hits you like standing close to a bonfire on a cool night. The true sign Summer is upon us and here to stay for a while.
Too much of a good thing can be bad. The same is true for about your roof. Because it’s always exposed to the sun, it is prone to damage that can shorten its lifespan.
Are you looking for ways to keep your home cool and comfortable this summer? Are you hoping to cut back on your energy costs, as well? Over the years, your home has been exposed to various weather conditions. With that constant exposure to the elements, some maintenance work may need to be done in order to make your home cool, comfortable, and energy-efficient.