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Air Leaks 101: How to Detect Them

Your home’s envelope is all of the materials that separate your living spaces from your crawl space, attic space and the great outdoors. Air leaks in the envelope waste energy, allow air and moisture infiltration and make your HVAC system work harder to cool and...

Lower Energy Bills: The Perfect Gift

If you’re like a lot of homeowners, you pay your utility/energy bills every month without thinking about it. Like you have any choice? Well, you have an opportunity to be rewarded with lower energy bills this holiday season and winter by taking a easy steps to...
Using the Whole HVAC System to Save Energy in Your Home

Using the Whole HVAC System to Save Energy in Your Home

Keeping a lid on high energy bills can be difficult, but far from impossible. Being mindful of how you use energy-efficient lighting, electronics, and appliances boosts energy savings. Further, you probably don’t leave your air conditioner blasting when...

Take Advantage of Tax Credits Before the End of the Year

The federal government has made tax credits available until the end of December 31, 2016 for home improvements in existing, primary homes that promote energy savings. These credits apply to qualifying purchases made in 2015 and 2016 and range from HVAC systems to new...

Does Your Attic Waste Energy and Money?

Hot air rises, and the top of your home naturally receives the attention of the sun. These two factors together make your attic space a potential energy challenge year-round: In the summer, the sun heats the air in your attic space with such an excess of heat that it...

Does Your Skylight Waste Energy?

A skylight can be a beautiful addition to a room. They provide a view of the sky and a source of natural light. However, they can also create a situation where you’re wasting energy year-round. Most of this energy waste is due to the unique location of a...