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We know weatherizing your home is important, and that sealing gaps around windows and doors can save both energy and money. Unfortunately, the options at the hardware store can be a little overwhelming. I wasn't quite sure what to buy a few years back, so I grabbed some clear packing tape I had laying around to seal my windows. Not a pretty sight come spring. This Old House lists the most common weatherstripping options, and where they go:

How To Make Your Own Insulated Curtains

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Frugal by Choice, Cheap by Necessity: DIY insulated curtains

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