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The Top 7 Secrets Savvy Home Owners are Using to Stuff their Wallets!

 So you have just bought your new home, moved in and are on track to getting settled. This is the perfect time to get organized and start to save where possible! 1. Check the insulation in your attic – and install more if needed. If you have an unfinished attic, pop your head up there and take a look around. You should see insulation up there between the beams, and there should be at least six inches of it everywhere (more if you live in the northern part of the United States). If there’s inadequate insulation up there – or the insulation you have appears to be damaged – install new insulation. Here’s a great guide from the Department of Energy on attic insulation, including specifics on how much you should have depending on where you live. Many states offer financial incentives, up to a 75% refund for instance, to encourage homeowners to better insulate their homes. 2. Change the locks and make spare keys. One of the first things many homeowners do is change the locks on
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Expert Home Security Company Reveals Industry Secrets to Help Home Owners Effortlessly Protect their Home and Get Maximum Peace of Mind!

Home security can be simple, but often times the myriad of marketing tactics and plethora of products make deciding this plan of action challenging to say the least. Here is 45 years of experience broken down into a simplified list. Get your FREE Home Security Audit here. 1) Lock Your Doors. You should often check that the doors are locked. Sometimes people will carelessly leave the door unlocked, or small children and teens will do so. Home intruders are brazen. At least  34% of them  enter through a home’s front door and, once inside, they can burglarize the place in less than ten minutes. By installing a door with added protection, you can upgrade your home’s security to combat this risk, and still have an aesthetically pleasing entryway. 2) Trim Landscaping. Start burglar-proofing when you're planting. Trees make great shade, but can also lead burglars to upper stories where you are more apt to leave windows open or unlocked. Plant trees far enough away from the hous