Door to basement or no door to basement?
We've got an unfinished, but nice basement in our 1940s cape just outside of Boston. There's an oil furnace, gas water heater, and gas dryer running down there. There's also one heat duct and a dehumidifier. I've had the door to the basement removed since we purchased the home in the spring and have liked it that way. My wife is telling me to put it back on because it's going to cause our heating bills to be greatly higher than they would be if it were reinstalled. There is no insulation between the floors.
Is she right again?
Posted Mon, 08/20/2012 - 08:02
Other Questions in General questions
Has anyone found, used, or developed an interior insulated air-seal cornice for the wall to ceiling connection below a "low heel" truss eave condition that does not accommodate full attic insulation thickness?