Winter is almost here, but there is still time to protect homes and wallets from its harsh blow. The makers of GE silicone weatherization caulk offer guidance on how to help avoid a season full of bloated energy bills.
Learn from the punishing effects of last year. Don't let potentially damaging and expensive leaks throughout your home take your wallet by surprise. Instead, protect your home and your budget with caulk that lasts.
The Department of Energy's (DOE) new awareness campaign, "Saving Energy Saves You Money", - provides homeowners with useful tips and simple, inexpensive actions they can take to reduce their energy bill.
Here's the inside scoop on the exterior of your home: Although it can take a beating from weather and atmospheric conditions throughout the year, the sooner you address the issue, the less likely the damage will lead to more and larger problems. Home improvement expert, Spike Carlsen, offers a few do-it-yourself projects that could mean more money in your pocket down the road.
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