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  • Emergency Response
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  • Water Damage
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  • Mold Remediation
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What Our Customers Say

"We were extremely pleased with all your work and the efficiency in which all aspects were completed."
- Anne T.
"Thank you for your kindness and patience, your workers were both professional and friendly, I am completely satisfied with their work. You can be sure I will call you if I ever need your services again."
- Judith V.
"Thank you isn't enough for all of your hard work and effort. I really do appreciate all what you did"
- Craig
"Thank you so much for all you've done, I truly appreciate your caring and professional manner"
- Susan S.
"Your work crew did a fantastic job at cleaning my house"
- Vera B
"A big Thank You the crew did a great job we appreciate it"
- Maureen S
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11/11/2019


As the colder weather starts, you need to find way to keep your home warm in a green and cheaper way. To learn a few tips and tricks to help you in this respect, continue reading.

How to Keep Your Home Warm

  1. First of all, seal your home completely. Take care of cracks and gaps on floors, ceilings, doors, and windows, so that the warmth doesn't escape.
  2. Some of the freezing cold weather can come in through your windows, even if they're closed. To keep the cold from seeping through, cover the windows with thick drapes.
  3. If there are sunny days during these colder months, you should take advantage of them. Let the light in: wash and uncover your windows, and use reflective surfaces to maximize the sunshine and warm your place.
  4. Ensure your carpeted floors are in mint condition. Having flawless floors will help absorb some of the cold air that may be moving around.
  5. You may want to research double gazing your windows. Though an investment, adding a second window pane will help regulate the temperature at home, make it quieter, and safer.
  6. You should also consider lining the attic. Adding a layer of fiberglass wool to the ceiling can do wonder's for your home's overall temperature.
  7. If you have a fireplace, a space heater, or another source of heat, you should allow the hot air to move through your place. To that end, remove furniture that could obstruct its path.
  8. Finally, it's recommended that you pay attention to your doors: open them or close them to control where you allow the heat to get in or stay away from.

Keep your home in mint shape with property restoration in Stormville. Call Zott Construction DKI at (845) 227-4141 for more information on their services.