Home weatherization

DailyFinance  Dec 5  Comment 
AVON, OH -- (Marketwired) -- 12/05/13 -- It's no secret that winter weather has arrived in full force. While the cold weather brings the cheer of the holiday season, it also means something not so merry: high heating bills. As temperatures...
Insurance Journal  Dec 22  Comment 
Texas has gotten millions of federal dollars from the economic-stimulus package to help poor residents cut their energy bills, but as of last month, only seven homes had been weather-treated, ...


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January 27, 2009: "The federal stimulus plan now being debated in Washington, D.C., sets aside $6 billion to weatherize low-income homes."

Start at home. The best way to cut your energy costs and become efficient is to cut your (energy) losses right where they are spent the most, at your own house.

Very straightforward practices like, Insulating your home, can cut more than 40% of your utility bill. Choose ENERGY STAR appliances Have a professional seal air leaks, seal ducts to reduce leakage

With the new homes on a backlog and utility bills going through the roof, home weatherization is the industry that will see two or three fold increase in the next coming years

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