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Strategies for Cold Floors

By Chuck Henrichsen on February 13, 2014

If you dread putting your feet on the floor, there's a good chance insufficient crawlspace insulation or air leaks are to blame.

All un-carpeted floors will get cool in winter, but if your floors don’t warm up during the day, chances are you have a problem with insulation in your crawl space, or home penetration air leaks.
According to the Department of Energy, an average home has air leaks equivalent to a two-foot square hole! That's like leaving a medium-sized window open 24/7.
They recommend R-19 crawl space insulation and a full inspection for air leaks to combat those cold floors and to save money (and energy) on your monthly utility bills.
Go online or call today at 866-485-7118 and one of our friendly, professional weatherization representatives will inspect your insulation, look for air leaks and give you a free quote.
Chuck Henrichsen
President and CEO of Clean Crawls, Treasurer of E3 World Wide, proud husband and father.