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Check out your windows.

Whether you live in a mobile home, and old farmhouse, or a brand new home, windows are a major source of winter heat loss.

Be sure your windows are well caulked. Relatively inexpensive and easy to do yourself, caulking is the most effective means of keeping out those cold drafts.

Use storm windows if you have them. If you have old windows and no storms, install tight-fitting plastic sheeting. Regardless of the age and type of your windows, use well-fitting thermal curtains, drapes, or shades. Although they are an initial investment, such window treatments usually pay for themselves in 2-3 years when they're opened (on the south side of your home) during the day to gather heat from the sun and closed at dusk.

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