The cost to heat a home with natural gas since 1999 has risen 125%. If you have adequate insulation in your walls and attic, the majority of heat loss is through windows. Weather Lock is the solution to window heat loss.
"Department economists predict the average cost of heating a home with natural gas in the Midwest, where the heating source is common, will total $915 the winter, up from 19% from the prior year and up to 54% from the 2001- 2002 season. Other areas of the country will see similar gains" - Barbara Hagenbaugh, USA TODAY
If you Weatherlock your windows you could reduce your heating bills by up to 40% by saving up to 81% of window heat loss. (Note: windows can account for more than 50% of home heat loss)
Results may vary. These results are based on Twin City Testing Labs of Weatherlock installed over a double hung window.
Snap into green savings, Add A Snap On!