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Save Money: Do-It-Yourself Home Energy Assessments
There's no real reason to hire someone to tell you about energy-savings. That information is readily available. The pay-back on some energy savings is relatively quick while the more expensive upgrades take longer. Newer built homes are better energy savers as all the energy saving features are built into it at the time of construction. In most cases, sealing up air loss and air infiltration around doors, windows, ceiling penetrations and especially the air and heating systems offer a good energy-saving payback. Another is adding attic insulation and ventilation if they are needed. Appliances that are 10 years old or older may be suspect but the cost of buying new may not be in the budget.
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