Fix Those Drafty Windows!

Brrrr! It’s cold out there! Here are some tips to help you keep the cold air out and the cozy warmth in:

V-Seal Weather Stripping —This is a quick way to keep the heat in your home. Install V-Seal weather stripping along
the sides of the sashes on your windows. This could cost you about $5 a window, but it will save big when it comes to your heating bill!

Rope Caulk —Get some Poly Foam Caulk for about $5 (30ft). This is a great way to insulate your windows. All you need to do is apply this stuff to any cracks you find and this flexible material makes it easy to fix most of your drafty window dilemmas.

Shrink Film —This is probably one of the cheapest ways to x leaky windows. For about $2 a window (42 x 62in) you can keep the cold air where it belongs—outside! Simply take some double-sided tape and apply the lm around your windows. Take a hairdryer and shrink the lm so it’s drum tight. The lm will seal your windows, leaving the cold air out and creating and insulation of air to protect your home from the cold.


Those are just a few ways to keep your home warm during the winter months. If you think you’re having a tough time keeping Old Man Winter out of your home—you might need a new roof. Replacing your roof can help save money on your energy bills. Call us today at 215-710-1633 for a fast quote!


Valentine`s Fruit Cup

“Fool” your valentine into thinking you slaved
over dessert with this pretty yet easy fruit
pudding. Puree 12 oz. of raspberries berries
and sugar in a food processor or blender.  Strain through a sieve to remove any seeds. The puree should be quite thick. Add the juice of one lemon. Whisk the cream in a chilled bowl until soft peaks form. Whisk 1⁄2 cup mascarpone in another bowl to soften it. Fold the mascarpone into the cream. Stir half of the berry puree into the cream mixture. Divide the berry puree among 4 glasses and top with the cream mixture. Garnish each with leftover berries and a mint leaf. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours, until chilled. Serve cold.