December 23, 2019
AAFMAA Mortgage Services

Cold weather is affecting much of the country, bringing snow, sleet, ice and raging cold winds. While this may — or may not (we hope) — be a harbinger of a tough winter, homeowners should prepare their homes for the months ahead.

A good place to start is to check for small gaps and crevices throughout the house, especially along doors and window sills. Those small gaps could cause a major rise in your heating bill. Luckily, you can tackle this and the following six inexpensive winterizing projects in a single weekend to potentially lower your heating costs by up to 20% this winter.

Read on for 6 tips to keep your home warmer in winter.

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