American families spend an average of $2200 per year on energy costs, but just by plugging air leaks, you can save up to $200 per year on heating and cooling costs.2
Temperature extremes-drought, heat waves, blizzards and ice storms have been blasting Americans in recent years and some researchers say it will only get worse.1
But record high temps don't have to mean record-high utility bills.
There are simple ways to combat these weather woes and keep your home cozy or cool, help the planet by reducing energy use, and to keep some extra cash in your pocket.
SEALING AIR LEAKS FIGHTS
Plugging up a leaky home is inexpensive, easy and permanent. A few simple DIY techniques offer a quick return on your investment:
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With a few simple and cost-effective moves, you can have a healthier, more efficient home, and do your part to reduce energy use.