Invested in new weatherstripping to block lizards from getting in our property

Plus, less hot air was leaking into our property from outside.

Every one of us have a surprisingly huge number of anole lizards in our community. They crawl all over the trees, bushes, as well as the outside surfaces of your property. Every morning when I relax at my desk in my house office with a boiling cup of coffee, it’s almost a guarantee that I’ll immediately see a bunch of lizards outside the window. They were very interesting to me as a child, although I sincerely regret ever making an attempt to catch them amidst the fear I respectfully gave those little creatures. As much as I adore them, I don’t like them in our property. But not for reasons that everyone would actually guess! They’re fantastic for killing insects inside your property, however if you let them in it can be next to impossible for them to make their way back out. Not only do they easily become stranded from their fellow lizards, however they may also be missing key essentials like water as well as sunlight. This is why I use insulative foam weatherstripping on all of our external doors. Apart from keeping air conditioned air from escaping to the outdoors, it also keeps these little lizards from getting inside the property. When I finished replacing all of the seasoned as well as worn weatherstripping throughout our property, I immediately noticed an effect on the air conditioner equipment efficiency. Plus, less hot air was leaking into our property from outside. I’m absolutely thrilled the lizards that keep getting inside convinced me to finally replace our ancient weatherstripping. Now our utility bills have decreased tremendously as a result. The A/C equipment is running on fewer cycles for shorter amounts of time. I would have never guessed so much conditioned air was getting outside.

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