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Weatherize Your Home Week

Man installs weatherstripping in his stunning, gorgeous home

Thermal Expansion and Why You Should Weatherize Your Home

It’s been said that life has two certainties: death and taxes. But there’s actually a third thing: thermal expansion. Here's what you should know about it.
“Today’s Homeowner” host Danny Lipford and Brittany Lapidus

Weatherize Your Home With These Duck Brand Products

We're talking about Duck Brand's weatherization products that keep your home energy-efficient, regardless of the season.
Chelsea Lipford Wolf installs The Duck Brand's Max Window Roll On Kit

3 Steps to Prevent Drafty Windows

Your home should provide shelter from winter weather. Here are three steps to prevent drafty windows so you can stay comfortable as temperatures dip.
Faced or Unfaced Insulation

How to Receive Free Help Weatherizing Your Home

If you live in a poorly insulated, energy-inefficient home, you might be eligible for government help. The U.S. Department of Energy's Weatherization Assistance Program funds grants that provide free weatherization services to low-income homeowners.
Black attic stairway cover installed in an attic.

How to Easily Insulate An Attic

Pam has a unique way of keeping the cold out using cardboard and ALOT of tape. How she can winterize her home without creating a massive craft project every year.
Installing the triple draft door seal

How to Block Drafts from Entering Under Doors

Watch this video to learn how to install a Duck Brand Triple Draft Seal beneath an entry door to block drafts.
Rule Your Attic graphic

Rule Your Attic: Sealing and Insulating Tips

Did you know that 9 out of 10 homes in the U.S. are under-insulated? Adding insulation and sealing air leaks in your attic can help you save up to $200 per year on your home’s annual energy bills and keep you more comfortable.
Filling outlet hole with expanding spray foam insulation.

Quick Tips to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Find projects, both large and small, that can save energy and reduce the utility bills in your home, from replacing windows to sealing cracks. Watch this video to find out more.


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