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Have Your Duct Work Inspected


The biggest energy waster in your house probably isn’t your - ming pool pump or another energy- guzzling appliance. It could be the duct work.


Ducts running through the attic and ceiling deliver heated air to ev- ery room in your house. You can’t see them, so there’s no way to tell that they are leaking—except by having them inspected.


 double-pane windows, you have caulked and weather-stripped around them and around doors and electric outlets, and your home is a newer, “tight” house but you’re still cold when the heat is on, your ducts could be leaking.


Ducts can spring air leaks at the joints—where one section connects with another. Duct tape, which ironically is not the best material


Promote Your Activity in Our Calendar of Events


There is a lot happening in our service territory and we want to help you promote your event.


So we are going to begin including a calendar of events to highlight those area activities.


If you want your activity or event listed on the calendar, please send us the following information:


Name, date, location and time(s) of event. Admission price, if applicable. BRIEF explanation of event (available space will determine if this information is included.)


Name and phone number of contact person.


- ing the event. It can 3000-001 be mailed to Kenny Waugh at NFEC at P.O. Box 400, Sayre, OK 73662, or E-mailed to KRabbittbr@AOL.com. If you have any questions about this new service, please call Waugh at (580) 928-3366.


Hidden Account Number


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for sealing those joints, can dry up and fall off over time. The result- ing leaks allow heated air—or cooled air in the summer—to spill out before it has a chance to reach your rooms.


Sealing the resulting leaks can shave up to 10 percent off of your heating bill. Or, if the ducts are losing more than 15 percent of the  them, consider replacing them. Find out if they need attention by hiring a technician to inspect your heating system—includ- ing the ductwork. Tell the tech if you’ve noticed that some rooms are colder than others when the heat is running.


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