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Retrofitting Your Home With Insulation? Read This.

Posted on: December 7, 2018

As your house ages, it can start to feel colder. Sitting by a window can reveal drafts. Bedrooms upstairs can never seem to lose their chill. Basements can always seem just a bit damp; they might seem to be the coldest place in the home.  It can lead you to grabbing a sweater or a…

Why Air Sealing Is The First Job Before Insulation

Posted on: December 6, 2018

How old is your home?  While contracting practices have progressed drastically over the past few decades, most improvements come in the form of safety, security, and efficiency. But even with all of these technological advances, you’d be surprised at how much air leaks from your home, even on the newest construction projects.  Air leakage is…

Holiday Lighting Tips – Is Your Home Safe?

Posted on: December 4, 2018

The holidays are a time for throwing parties, spending time with family and friends, and decorating the house with lights of lights.  It gets darker outside earlier – the holiday lights can make your home warm and inviting. But how safe are they?  Every year, the news is filled with warnings about handling holiday decorations.…

What A High Efficiency Furnace Really Means

Posted on: December 3, 2018

Doing a little research on furnaces? Planning on buying a new one in the near future?  You’ve probably noticed a lot of them claiming to be high efficiency. But what does that really mean?  Every furnace on the marketplace today is more efficient than the models available even just a few short years ago. They’re…

How To Control Moisture and Humidity In Your Home

Posted on: December 2, 2018

Moisture appears in two forms – liquid and vapor. No matter where you are in the world, there is always some form of moisture in the air. We refer to this as relative humidity, or RH. In theory, if you’re in a dry desert, it would be 0% RH. But even deserts have a little…

Gas Appliance Safety: The Importance Of A Properly Designed Flue

Posted on: November 30, 2018

When you think of a chimney, most people associate it with a wood-burning fireplace in their living or family room, with a flue heading up and out of the roof of their home. But do you know how it works? Did you know flues are attached to every gas appliance in your home, and if…

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