How to Heat Your Basement

The weather is getting colder and colder, and it’s the perfect time to begin strategizing how to keep your home nice and toasty. In particular, how can a homeowner successfully keep their basement heated? To start, you can add additional insulation or install (or even just replace) carpet. Replacing doors and windows is another option for those looking to keep their basement warm during the colder months. Added heat vents, space heaters, and heated flooring are also commonly used ideas. Keeping your basement (and, by extension, the rest of your home) warm doesn’t need to be difficult. All it takes is a few simple adjustments—and we’re here to provide additional guidance, should you need it.