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If you’re thinking about making improvements to your home in 2017, do you really know what will help you get the most value? While there are upgrades you can make like a kitchen renovation that can potentially increase the value of your Northern Westchester or Putnam County home if and when you decide to sell, there are improvements you can make that will have immediate and long-term benefits.
As the new year draws nearer, you’re probably thinking of ways you can improve your life in 2017. Some of your resolutions may revolve around being healthier, saving money and spending more quality time with your family.
In fact, there are certain New Year’s resolutions you can establish for your home which will allow you to more easily stick to your personal goals. So, what exactly can you do for your home in 2017 to ensure it’s aligned with your resolutions?
With the holidays only a couple of weeks away, you’re probably planning to spend more time at home with family or visiting guests. However, if your home isn’t healthy and prepared, you may quickly start noticing strange smells or stale air and even experience breathing difficulties. In order to guarantee health and comfort, managing your home’s indoor air quality is crucial.
So, what can you do to make sure your home is healthy for the holidays?
If you find yourself not sleeping well and constantly waking up with sore throats, having to hold your breath as you walk into your basement or shivering when it’s cold outside, but your thermostat is set to 72 degrees, you’re not alone. Many homeowners in Northern Westchester and Putnam County are experiencing the same problems.
At Healthy Home™ Energy & Consulting, we want you to receive the greatest possible benefits from your home. Unfortunately, too many houses are ripe with problems including uncomfortable temperatures, drafts, musty odors, excess moisture and indoor air pollution. If you’ve been suffering at home due to discomfort, illness or simply even high energy bills, a Healthy Home™ Evaluation can help.