Saving Money and the Environment in Your Home

What is probably the quickest and least expensive way to reduce your home heating (or cooling) bill, and reduce your home’s carbon foot print? If you have a home older than 10 years old, the plugging common air leaks with calking and foam filler is probably the way to go.  The good folks at Re-Nest have a great article on how to go about finding the air leaks, and then how to effectively plug them up.

Not rocket science, but a much less expensive way to save electricity or natural gas than buying expensive new appliances.

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