Record Temperatures Blast the Nation

This may be vacation weather for polar bears, but not for us. Subzero temperatures are freezing many parts of the nation and creating high heating bills. Here are some DIY tips on how to stay warm and safe. Doors and windows can allow heat to escape your home and create drafts. Air sealing your exterior

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Space Heaters: Too Good to Be True?

You know it’s winter when the full page ads for the latest miracle space heater start appearing in the newspaper. I read one last night (I know you are thinking this guy should get a lifeā€¦). The claims are compelling: never be cold again, drastically slash home heating bills, uses the same energy as a

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5 DIY Tips to Keep Your Home Warm this Winter

ABC News recently featured a family from Boston, MA, who were spending a small fortune a month just to heat their home. Take a look at the video below to see the powerful savings of applying low cost energy tips to your home. Video from ABC News, Click here to view full article. Here is

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Energy Savings by the Fireside

As we approach the late fall and winter months, preparing our wood burning fireplaces should be a priority. When maintained, a fireplace can provide substantial heat to supplement your heating costs this winter. Here are a few tips before starting your first warm fire of the year. 1) A Clean Chimney is a Happy Chimney:

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Preparing for the Expected?

Have you often heard the phrase “prepare for the unexpected?” It is certainly important to prepare for the unexpected, but how easy it is to forget to prepare for the expected. One usual and trustworthy expectation is falling temps across the nation as we approach the winter season. You might have already noticed your breath

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