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IN THIS TIME OF SOARING ENERGY prices, virtually every Saskatchewan home-owner will be feeling the pinch each time the heating bills arrive this winter.
While the world price of natural gas and crude oil are beyond the control of the average homeowner, there are some simple things that can be done to cut back on those heating bills and put money back into your pocket. It has been said that energy efficiency is one of the best investments you can make because it pays long-term, tax-free dividends in the form of lower heating costs. In fact, making your home more energy efficient is better than just about any other low-risk investment you can make.
There are a …