As temperatures begin to dip, experts say it is time to winterize your homes. They say sealing windows, doors, and outlets could save up to 50 percent on heating and cooling bills.

"As soon as the weather starts to dip down, we get a lot of customers coming in for weather stripping for around their doors and windows," said Justin Ballew, Lowes, Assistant Store Manager. "A lot of the shrink wrap kits to shrink wrap around some drafty windows, a lot of caulking. Everything to seal up the home for the winter."

Since October, hundreds of people have visited Lowes in Springettsbury Township, looking for supplies to winterize their homes. Dale Buettner, Monday, shopped at the store. He bought weather stripping to fill a gap in his church's door.

"We obviously wanna protect that from the rain and snow and cold getting in and messing up the carpet as well as the worship experience," said Buettner.

It takes about two hours to winterize an entire house. Experts say that's just a small amount of time that could make a big difference.

"Any penny we can save, all the better," said Buettner.

If you would like to watch step by step winterizing videos log onto www.lowes.com. ">As temperatures begin to dip, experts tell Fox 43 it is time to winterize your homes. They say sealing windows, doors, and outlets could save up to 50% on heating and cooling bills.

"As soon as the weather starts to dip down, we get a lot of customers coming in for weather stripping for around their doors and windows," said Justin Ballew, Lowes, Assistant Store Manager. "A lot of the shrink wrap kits to shrink wrap around some drafty windows, a lot of caulking. Everything to seal up the home for the winter."

Since October, hundreds of people have visited Lowes in Springettsbury Township, looking for supplies to winterize their homes. Dale Buettner, Monday, shopped at the store. He bought weather stripping to fill a gap in his church's door.

"We obviously wanna protect that from the rain and snow and cold getting in and messing up the carpet as well as the worship experience," said Buettner.

It takes about two hours to winterize an entire house. Experts say that's just a small amount of time that could make a big difference.

"Any penny we can save, all the better," said Buettner.

If you would like to watch step by step winterizing videos log onto www.lowes.com