Winter weather can be brutal. Unfortunately, so can heating costs. It's understandable to run your furnace more as it gets colder outside, and it's definitely normal to see a spike in heating costs as the temperatures get lower. Fortunately, though, you don't have to resign yourself to paying a small fortune in utilities every winter. There are things you can do to cut back on heating costs and to do your wallet a favor and avoid costly HVAC repair:
You've either purchased a historic home and are renovating it, or you want the look of a historic home in a newer model. The interior doors are probably either original to the home and desperately need to be replaced, or non-authentic doors have been installed sometime before you took ownership. How do you decide what doors to install that are true to the look of the period when the house was built?