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Blogs in December 2017

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Now that mild fall temperatures have given way to bitter winter weather, you might be on the lookout for ways to keep your heating bills down. Your windows are some of the most effective places to check because air leaks could be wasting a significant amount of heating dollars. Plus, winter is...Continue Reading

When Jack Frost arrives, he brings with him all those pesky winter automotive annoyances that may leave you stuck, shivering in the snow. Before you end up stranded in the winter wonderland, it’s time to compile an emergency car tool kit. This seemingly simple collection could mean the...Continue Reading

A foggy piece of glass with the caption "Fact or Fiction: You Can Prevent Foggy Windows."

How to Keep Windows from Fogging Up

During the colder months, you may start to notice fog on your windows at home. Here’s how to fix foggy windows and prevent the fog from returning.

Run the bathroom and kitchen exhaust fans when you shower and cook.

Windows are known holes of energy inefficiency in the home, accounting for 25-40% of heating and cooling costs depending on the window type and age of the home according the Department of Energy. Even homes with insulated glass units (double/triple pane windows) offer opportunities for...Continue Reading

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