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Real Estate - November 5, 2010

Heads up for winter

Handy hints for preparing your home for the cooler months

by Sally Schilling

Just like the changing of the season from winter to spring tells us it's "spring cleaning time" again, fall is a time to prepare your home for the cooler months. There are many simple, inexpensive things you can do to make your home more energy-efficient and less susceptible to water damage.

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Editorial Intern Sally Schilling can be reached at sschilling@embarcaderopublishing.com.

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