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Is Your Home Warm Enough this Winter?

RESNET SMARTHOME TIPS Cold .Warm Is Your Home. Warm Enough this Winter? 120 50 80 20 10 Keep your home warm and cozy this winter with these 1 20 -10 ENERGY SAVING TIPS -20 FROM RESNET. They'll help you keep Jack Frost where he belongs: out in the cold! Use your hands to feel for COLD AIR AROUND WINDOWS AND DOORS. These are the most common areas for air leaks. Examine your home's ductwork. Poorly sealed DUCTS AND VENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR NEARLY 20% OF AIR LOST moving through ductwork. Add extra insulation to crawl spaces, attics and floors to SAVE UP TO 20% ON YOUR HEATING AND COOLING COSTS. TAKE PREVENTIVE MEASURES AGAINST ICE DAMS that can break rain gutters, peel exterior house paint and damage roof shingles. If you have an attached garage, ensure it' WELL-SEALED AGAINST COLD AIR DRAFTS. Cold Warm By following these tips, you can increase home comfort and energy efficiency while keeping your energy costs down. For more great tips 120 and articles on how 100 to WINTERIZE YOUR HOME ENERGY 60 10 EFFICIENTLY, VISIT RESNET.US -10 -20 -20 -30 RESNET. 40 RESIDENTIAL ENERGY SERVICES NETWORK For more information on ways to save energy visit www.resnet.us www.twitter.com/resnetsmarthome www.faceboolk.com/ResnetSmartHome © 2014 Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET)

Is Your Home Warm Enough this Winter?

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Air leaks can lead to high energy bills, uncomfortable homes and an unhealthy indoor living environment. That’s why it’s so important to identify where those leaks are coming from as soon as possi...

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