Need help staying cool this summer?
Learn how to make your home more comfortable
We mainly think of draftproofing to keep cold winter air out, but it can also help keep warm air at bay during the summer. In a well-sealed house, you can be the one in control of air flow by strategically opening windows or placing fans. You still have time to insulate or draftproof before the next heat wave.
Energy rebates for qualifying homes are still available.