Weatherstripping Can Keep You Cool & Save Money

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) ― If you feel hot air seeping into your home, take action.

Mary Bubala reports a great way to save energy and keep cool this summer is to use weatherstripping.

You can use weatherstripping in your home to seal air leaks around moveable joints, such as windows and doors.

Choose a product for a specific location. Try felt and open cell foams in low traffic areas. Vinyl and metal are more expensive, but they will last for years.

You can use more than one type of weatherstripping to seal an irregular shaped space.

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