Wrap Up in Layr This Winter
Despite the winter solstice officially starting on the 21st of December, now is the time to start Layr’ing up. The hats, scarves, and gloves are coming out of the closet for their yearly appearance along with the rest of your winter wardrobe.
Winter changes your property’s comfort and your overall routine; every family has the age-old struggle for control over the thermostat. Here are some inexpensive basics to help insulate your home during the winter:
Candles Lit candles are a small but powerful way of creating heat in a single room, especially if you keep the door closed.
Draft Stoppers Doors are pesky for letting heat out, but the weight of a draft stopper keeps heat from escaping through the bottom of your doors.
Blankets and Layr’s Blankets can have the dual purpose as appearing as a nice decorative addition to your sofa but can also act as another layer when you can’t be bothered to walk upstairs and get a jumper.
While these quick fixes can help, they pale in comparison to more efficient glass windows and doors. Did you realize that up to 35% of your heating and cooling bills originate through your windows? Have you thought about replacement? Whether you are looking to reduce heat or help normalize the cold, drafty windows, Layr can help.
Our patented 3M Thinsulate window film uses the same technology that you may have seen in your gloves and boots. Adding Thinsulate window film is like making single-pane glass into double-pane, or double-pane into triple-pane. This technological break-through adds Low-E performance at a fraction of the cost of window replacement.
Loosen your grip on your thermostat with Layr and 3M. Improve summer energy efficiency by up to 60%, while improving insulation by 40%. Produced and guaranteed by 3M, delivered by Layr, just in time for the winter season.