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11 Cost-Saving Tips That Will Help Lower Your Energy Bill

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Inspect all of the seals surrounding your windows. If you find any drafty areas, use a silicone-based caulk to close up any openings. This quick fix will help save you money on your energy bill by keeping warm air in during winter and cool air in during summer.


A large contributor to heat loss during winter is your windows. Even with thoroughly caulked windows, heat still travels through the window itself. To reduce this heat loss, look to install window treatments with an insulation layer built into them.

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