Do you feel that the money you spend for your utility bill is going right out the window?
There is a good chance that your energy costs are going out the window, out the door, through the walls, the ceiling, and the floor as well. There are cracks all over the place. Your doors and windows don't quite meet their frames; there are tiny spaces where the walls almost join the floor, there are open areas around your electrical and plumbing outlets.
These little gaps leak energy. In fact, about 15% of the energy you use for heating and cooling your home goes to conditioning the air that leaks in through the cracks. Furthermore, leaking air is unfiltered air, bringing in unwanted moisture, pollen, dust, and can significantly increase carbon monoxide levels in your home if you use fuel to heat your air and water.
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