Warming Trends: Room By Room DIY and BUY Energy-Efficient Solutions For A Warmer Home

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As the cost of heating continues to rise, so has the awareness of just how much energy is seeping out of homes. Can we continue to enjoy the comforts of a warm home in an age when it is imperative that we consider energy issues first?

Weatherization protects a home's interior from the elements with the hopes of reducing energy consumption and efficiency. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that weatherization can reduce heating bills by 32% and overall energy bills by $358 per year.

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Whether you live in an old home that has stood the test of time, or a newer, more energy-efficient one, bring in extra warmth without breaking the bank, sacrificing style, or putting the planet at risk.

"Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: It is the time for home." ~ Edith Sitwell