DIY Home Repair Website Promotes 'Go Green' Winterize Projects

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Do-It-Yourself home winterization projects take on a new meaning when you 'Go Green.' Alarming changes in weather patterns, air quality and temperatures in recent years has led many individuals to preserve diminishing natural fuels and 'Go Green' by making needed home improvements.

Our website not only provides access to the best products for DIY home repairs, but offers many how-to articles for all types of home improvement projects. announces its one-stop solution to 'going green' by winterizing your house. This unique website makes it easy for you to 'Go Green' by winterizing your home. Now is the time to winterize your house to make it as energy efficient as possible during the upcoming winter. While you're it, why not 'go green.'

It is possible for the do-it yourself handyperson to help the environment and save money by going 'green' with your home improvements by making your home as energy efficient as possible. Scott Gray, creator of, says, "The key is to take small steps that yield big results in the long run. As more and more of us make home improvements to save energy we are helping the overall environment."

Winterizing your home has many benefits including reduced heating bills, healthier and more comfortable indoor environments, and less wasted energy resulting in less use of irreplaceable fuels, not to mention reduced emissions that decrease overall air quality. The challenge is that many homeowners do not know that many 'green' repairs and home improvements can be low cost do-it-yourself projects if you have the right information and the right products. Even if you don't know how to read a Lufkin tape measure, you can still 'go green' as you winterize.

Gray also notes that "Our website not only provides access to the best products for DIY home repairs, but offers many how-to articles for all types of home improvement projects." He also suggests doing one project at a time. Small 'green' efforts that can be easily done by most include changing the furnace filter every one to three months, seal your ducts, bundle up your water heater, install ceiling fans and run them in reverse to circulate the heat and install a programmable thermostat to control the temperatures in your home.

To begin 'go green' winterization of your house you should consider the following options:
Replace your old windows with new energy efficient windows; add or replace caulking and worn weather stripping around doors and windows; if you don't have them, install storm doors and install insulation kits behind electrical plugs on exterior walls

As you begin to plan your winterization projects visit -- your online do-it-yourself (DIY) home repair handyman guide. There you will be able to purchase Makita cordless drills and many other labor saving appliances.

Scott Gray, creator of is a freelance writer and website publisher. He started his freelance writing and publishing career in 2004. He lives in Ladner, British Columbia Canada and has been a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) home owner since 1991. In March 2007 he launched Everyday Handyman, a one-stop home improvement website where you can find the best cordless drills, learn how to read a tape measure, purchase a sliding compound miter saw or read about a wide array of DIY home repairs.

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