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#Save Money #Seasonal #Sustainable Home #Weatherization


Valencia Meredith

If you want an eco-friendly home and to save money on your energy bill (a win-win), one of the best actions you can do now is to weatherize your house. “Weatherization” is the process of controlling the temperature of your home through the insulation of walls, ceilings, floors, and windows. Modifying the airflow within the home allows warm air to remain warm during the winter months and cold air to remain cool during the warmer ones.

If you are looking to weatherize your home, the U.S Department of Energy has a weatherization assistance program for low-income families to insulate your entire home at no cost to you. Visit the U.S Department of Energy’s website to learn more and see if you are eligible to receive free assistance. Either way there are plenty of savings to be found in properly managing the elements and your structures- less spent and less emissions.

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