There is something special about an old home, be it, the character that is often lost in new builds today, or a family story dating back 100 years. Old homes have historic value that is desired by many, making them quick sellers in the real estate market. While there are many upsides to owning an old home, one thing most homes lack is energy efficiency. Like most material things, homes break down through the years, and have been improved over time. During the cold months, it’s often difficult to keep an old home heated and comfortable due to some major components of efficiency the home may be missing. Here are some tips to consider for improving the energy efficiency of an old home.