5 Things to Look for in a New Home for Maximum Energy Efficiency


Of course, once the house is heated you don’t want to see all that pricey hot air escaping around windows and doors. Look for versions that have storm windows and are properly installed to prevent gaps around the edges. But also pay attention to the number and placement of the windows: Having more of them can allow you to save on lighting and cooling by allowing more sunshine and cross-breezes in the summer.