Where Heat Escapes In Your House

Attic access

Poorly insulated or sealed attics account for a considerable amount of heat loss in your home.


A flue or chimney that doesn’t have correct air pull will allow heat to easily escape.

Outlets & switches

Though small, you have many outlets in your home, and each one represents some heat loss that adds up.

Plumbing holes

Access holes where pipes and drains are run can often be too large, allowing warm air to escape your home.


Cracks in a home’s ceiling can allow a lot of hot air, which naturally rises, out of your home.

Outdoor fans & vents

Attic fans and home ventilation that is not carefully installed accounts for considerable heat loss.


Gaps around windows or seals that are worn out can allow heated air to escape.

HVAC ducts

Leaky or poorly installed ducts allow your heated air to escape through tiny cracks.

Home flooring & walls

Flooring and walls that are improperly insulated, aged, damaged, or were improperly installed can lose considerable heat.


Gaps underneath the doorway and damaged or old doors will lose you a lot of heating.