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Wednesday, November 16th, 2011 by Zach Stachura
Hyde Park, NY - Dr. Energy Saver Dutchess County’s owner, Richard Wasvary, has recently been interviewed for an article in the Poughkeepsie Journal entitled, “Keep Out Cold This Winter.”
Wasvary explains ways in which homeowners can conserve energy during the winter months, the time of year homeowners tend to use the most energy. He advises homeowners to invest in a hot water heater jacket, which will insulate the heater. Additionally, Wasvary cautions homeowners to repair air leaks by caulking around windows and putting door sweeps in front of doors.
Though seemingly small, these are effective ways to reduce energy bills during this winter season. To find all of the ways heat is escaping your home, Wasvary suggests scheduling a Whole House Energy audit. This is a diagnostic procedure where his team thoroughly inspects a home to identify problem areas, and suggest repairs/upgrades.
The Poughkeepsie Journal was established in 1785, making it New York’s oldest newspaper and the second oldest newspaper in the nation. It has won numerous awards over the years as it continues to provide news to Dutchess Country and the Mid-Hudson Valley areas.
Dr. Energy Saver Dutchess County is an expert insulation contractor in Poughkeepsie, Pawling, and other nearby areas! They also offer other valuable services including air sealing, HVAC, and more!
Visit the Keep Out Cold This Winter article online at the Poughkeepsie Journal.