Thursday, February 19, 2009

How to Harvest Heat in a Home

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How to Harvest Heat in a Home

For most of us, the cost of heating our home during the winter takes a significant piece of our monthly income. Sure, we know we can reduce our heating costs by adding insulation and installing new weather stripping and caulking—but wouldn't it be nice if we could come up with some ways to help heat our home without spending money? Fortunately, we have a number of existing heat sources already in our homes—and by harvesting some of the heat from these unusual places—you can actually lower your total home heating bill. Here are some ways to do it.


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