BRUNSWICK — WindowDressers, a Rockland–based nonprofit, is now taking measurements from area residents interested in purchasing low-cost energy-saving window inserts.

The custom-fitted inserts, which seal drafty windows, can cut heating costs by 25 percent or more, according to a press release. Interested customers only pay for materials; measuring, construction, and fitting is done by volunteers.

The organization said it will reserve about a quarter of its orders for low-income households, charging $10 for 10 inserts. Otherwise, the inserts range from $23 to $28.

Those interested in having their windows measured can call 596-3073 or visit windowdressers.org. Home visits will take place from April through September.


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