Whether you’re trying to keep summer’s heat or winter’s chill outside, the energy-efficiency of your home is dependent on several different factors, not all of which you can easily control. You can improve your home’s energy-efficiency by adding additional insulation or repairing the ductwork in your home, for example, but that takes tools and skills many homeowners don’t have. (Quick quiz: what’s the difference between a crescent wrench and a pair of pliers? Yeah, I don’t know either.) On the other hand, there are also many easy steps you can take to make your home more energy-efficient and cut down on the cost of running your home without any real carpentry skills. Try these easy tips to see big results in your energy bills!
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