Insulating a old house
These are inexpensive (generally for one winter's use anyway--or until you need to open the windows--whether it be days, or years!). It's a plastic film that attaches inside your windows to trap an airspace. You can shrink them (using a hair dryer)--to make them invisible--but I've found they can easily be shrunk too far and start coming loose.
They come in any size, up to bay windows and patio doors.
Obviously the biggest cost savings is in ceiling insulation--but you only need to get through one winter, right? But if you're gonna be selling your old house, insulation generally improves attractiveness to buyers.
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