How To Use Snow For Insulation

How To Use Snow For Insulation

It’s that time of year again – snow season. If you live in a nice, new home you will already have good insulation that keeps your heat in and your heating bill as low as possible.

But if you don’t, you’re probably dreading those drafts. You probably attempt to block the drafts, or even you even block off entire rooms attempting to keep the house heat, but however regarding using snow for insulation?

If you’re an avid reader of consumer Reports, the bad news is that heating costs will sky-rocket this winter. Yes, you heard that right. Again!

In the scary side of the news, scientists currently believe that we’re going to enter a mini-Ice Age, many years ahead, due to Sun’s slowing activity. Indeed, goodbye global warming, hello Ice Age.

According to the Energy Information Administration, the average American household spends approximately $930 every winter on heating costs alone, and we’re talking about homes heating primarily with electricity. The figure is higher

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One thought on “How To Use Snow For Insulation

  1. It has been getting chilly here day by day. I just had new doors put in and that has helped tremendously! No more draft! I hope everyone can find ways to save on that heating bill. It can be scary. I actually have been exercising even more to stay warm! It really does help! Happy new year, Koko:)


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