How to Stop Cold Air Leaks in Winter

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This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to save money and stay warm by plugging up energy-wasting gaps, holes and cracks. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)

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Shopping List for How to Stop Cold Air Leaks in Winter:
– door sweep
– sash lock
– weather stripping
– foam-rubber backer rod
– temporary caulking
– outlet gasket
– minimal-expanding foam

Tools for How to Stop Cold Air Leaks in Winter:
– handsaw or aviation snips, to cut door sweep
– utility knife
– drill/driver

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