How to Keep the Draft Out All Fall and Winter Long
Feel that chill? It’s time to prep your home for the colder months to come.
With temperatures beginning to drop, the last thing you want to do is let the outside in. And while cranking up the heat may seem like a no-brainer, dealing with a hefty bill isn’t everyone’s cup of cider. According the Energy Star, the average household spends more than $2,200 a year on energy bills, with nearly half going to heating costs — and reducing the cooler air in your home shouldn’t be so expensive.
While there are simple things you can do to keep that pesky draft out, such as adding heavy drapes and sealing shut any air leaks felt throughout your home, there are other means of staying warm this season.
We spoke to several interior designers who gave us their picks on how you can stay nice and toasty. Find how you can improve the comfort of your home below: