Insulating your home has cost benefits to you as a homeowner. With added insulation your home will become much more energy efficient.
Did you know that you can get a 30% federal tax credit on the cost of your roof if you install solar at the same time?
The exterior of your home is vital. In addition to being one of the first things people notice about your home, it is also one of the first lines of defense against the weather.
According to the US Department of Energy, most homes have air leaks and drafts that waste energy equivalent to leaving a window open in your home all year long. Think about what that does to your energy bill.
Thanks to improvements in manufacturing, technology, and financing, it’s easier and more affordable than ever to power your home via photovoltaic systems.
The attic tent is an insulative barrier between the envelope of the attic and the living space of your home. An attic tent will stop the infiltration of hot, allergen-carrying air in the summer and freezing air in the winter.
So much has changed in the world of air conditioning in recent years that if your system has almost any significant breakdown or if it’s just not keeping you as cool as it used to it may be worth replacing it instead of repairing it.
Spray foam insulation’s air sealing properties are the primary reason for its superiority over fiberglass. In actuality, spray foam insulation outperforms all other types of insulation by incredible margins.
Radiant barriers (also known as reflective insulation) are a type of thermal insulation that inhibits heat transfer by thermal radiation. They first gained prominence when they were used during the Apollo Space Mission to reduce the radiant heat from the sun by 95%.