Lowe's Home Improvement

How to Winterize Your Home

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Winter weather can hit hard and fast. With a little planning, you can protect your home from the elements.


Frozen Pipes: Prevention and Repair

Frozen pipes are inconvenient. Burst pipes can do a lot of damage. Minimize the risk to your plumbing and learn how to thaw pipes and make temporary repairs.

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Weather Strip Your Windows

Sealing air leaks in your windows with weather stripping is a good way to prepare your home for winter.

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Weather Strip Your Doors

Doors and windows in your home can allow air leaks even when they are closed. Weather stripping is easy and it can keep energy costs down.

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Caulk Buying Guide

We'll help you find the right caulk for your next project.

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How To Caulk

We'll show you how to caulk and achieve the smoothest and cleanest results.

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Install a Programmable Thermostat

Heating and cooling your home can be expensive, but a programmable thermostat can help you control the energy costs.

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Install a Storm Door

Cut down on outside drafts and reduce your heating and cooling bill by installing a pre-hung storm door.

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Install Insulation

Make your home warmer in winter, cooler in summer while saving money with proper insulation. With the right tools, it isn't hard to install insulation yourself.

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Insulation Buying Guide

Knowing what kind of insulation you need, how much you need and where you need it can be confusing. Learn to find the type of insulation that fits your needs.

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Why Own a Generator?

Power outages are more than just inconveniences for homeowners and businesses, but a generator can keep our necessities and conveniences running during an outage.

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Winterize Your Garden

Properly winterizing your garden in the fall is essential for a bountiful spring.

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