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Making Your Home house
More Energy Efficient
by Gerry Ellsbury, Jr.

When it comes to energy efficiency, the expression, not paying to heat the neighborhood, may be more relevant than you realize. The money many of us spend on energy is warming the air outside our homes. If you really want to know whether this applies to your home, you could benefit from the assistance of a certified home energy auditor.

The cost of a home-energy audit ranges from $250 to $600. The U. S. Department of Energy's Energy Star Program, www.energystar.gov, provides a list of such persons. Trained to identify the greatest energy leakage in homes, these energy auditors suggest solutions that can save big dollars.

There are also free ways to begin examining your home's energy efficiency and to become an informed consumer at the same time.

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