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January 17, 2009

· Since winter is upon us and you might have missed something leaking in cold air, it's a good idea to seal cracks in your home with silicone caulk-rather than acrylic, which shrinks when it dries. Products to look for include GE Silicone II* Window & Door and GE Silicone II XST Paintable Formula. Visit a href="http://www.gesealants.com">www.gesealants.com.

· With wireless printing technology, such as that offered by Lexmark, parents and siblings can share a centrally located printer that supports multiple users over a single, secure wireless network.

· Because of its ability to better resist fire, wind, impact and flood, as compared to wood or vinyl siding, fiber cement siding from James Hardie has been specified for homes in hurricane- and wildfire-prone areas throughout the U.S. For more information, call (888) 800-7864 or visit a href="http://www.ArtisanLuxury.com">www.ArtisanLuxury.com and a href="http://www.jameshardie.com">www.jameshardie.com.

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