Winterizing Tips From A Historic-Home Expert

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(Rick Hartford/The Hartford Courant)

Get ready for winter with this weekend’s Bottom Line column:

To some people, winterizing means buying a thermal-lined jacket and insulated socks. Excuse the interruption, but we’re talking about preparing your house for the next Nor’easter.

Here are 10 ways (and a bonus) to keep your home warmer, more energy-efficient and drier througout the coming winter. Our tour guide today is Sally Zimmerman, manager of Historic Preservation Services at Historic New England, a Boston organization that collects and preserves historic buildings in New England. (Among its holdings are Roseland Cottage, a national historic landmark, in Woodstock.)

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