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Energy Saving Secret - Indoor Essential Part I

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http://www.solar-power-cost.org - Discover How You Can Save Energy By Moving One Small Step At Your Home Now!

http://www.solar-power-cost.org - Discover How You Can Save Energy By Moving One Small Step At Your Home Now!

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  • 1. Energy-Saving Secrets Indoor Essentials Part I Copyright@2010 http://ww.solar-power-cost.org All Right Reserved!
  • 2. WINDOWS & DOORS! According to the Energy Information Administration, a unit of the Department of Energy, about one third of the heat loss in a typical home occurs through windows and doors. To help keep heat inside your home, use the tips that follow to weather-proof and insulate your windows and doors. It does not take much time and it quickly pays for itself! Copyright@2010 http://ww.solar-power-cost.org All Right Reserved!
  • 3. TIP # 1: SEAL GAPS AROUND WINDOWS Gaps around windows let conditioned air out and outside air in, which costs you money. To seal the window casings, the wood trim around windows, apply a bead of silicone caulk to the joint between the casing and the wall. Using the right caulk helps it blend in – clear caulk is typically best for stained trim or dark colors of paint; white or almond blends well with most shades of white. C Copyright@2010 http://ww.solar-power-cost.org All Right Reserved!
  • 4. TIP # 2: WEATHERSTRIP CASEMENT WINDOWS High-quality casement windows are energy efficient, but you can improve their efficiency even more by installing self-adhesive foam or rubber compression strips on the outside edges of the window stops. Quick Tip Use V-channel weatherstripping on windows and doors whenever possible. It takes a little longer to install than self-stick foam, but its superior performance is worth the time and trouble Build Your Own Solar Panel At Home Now! Copyright@2010 http://ww.solar-power-cost.org All Right Reserved!