Stack Effect

What Is The Stack Effect?

  • April 24, 2017

Stack effect, also known the chimney effect, is a phenomenon that takes place inside our homes every day. It is probably one of the most common reasons why people consider air sealing their property. This is because it affects the quality of air, temperature, and energy efficiency of our home.....

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Home Insulation Myths DEBUNKED

  • April 18, 2017

People installing insulation in their home often find the whole process quite overwhelming and are unsure whether they should take the decision to move forward with insulating their homes. This is mainly because of the many myths circulating around home insulation. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Getting....

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Humidity

Humidity…. The Unassuming Culprit

  • April 14, 2017

Maintaining a comfortable temperature inside your home is influenced by many factors – the two most important being temperature and humidity. Have you ever thought about why it sometimes feels much hotter even when it is only 75 degree outside? Well, that’s humidity in action. When humidity is high, it....

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Ductless Mini Splits

What’s All The Hype About Ductless Mini Splits?

  • April 13, 2017

Keeping a comfortable temperature inside your home has become a necessity, but many homeowners face several issues with their central HVAC systems on a daily basis. Inefficient and outdated ducted HVAC units can leave you shivering in colder months and burning up in the scorching heat of summers. If you....

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Do Energy Audits Even Work?

  • April 1, 2017

If you are a homeowner looking for ways to make your humble abode more energy efficient, you should consider getting an energy audit done. It not only helps you in making your contribution to improving the environment, but it also saves you money by reducing your utility bills and enhances....

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cellulose insulation attic

Why Does It Matter? Cellulose versus Spray Foam Insulation

  • March 29, 2017

If you are planning to install insulation in your home, the two most popular options you have are cellulose (sometimes called blown-in) and spray foam insulation. While both of them have their pros and cons, you will have to evaluate the requirements or circumstances of your home to make the....

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Why you need to get your attic air sealed and insulated

  • March 20, 2017

The hottest part of your home in the summer and the coldest area in the winter is the attic. If you are looking for easy ways to improve the energy efficiency of your home while increasing its value, upgrading or adding insulation to your attic can make a significant difference.....

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Logical Reasons why you should Go Solar

  • March 17, 2017

“Go Solar” has become a buzz phrase which is rapidly gaining ground among homeowners and businesses across the US. While switching over to solar power is not a cheap and easy decision, it can dramatically enhance your environmental footprint, be a great financial asset and earn you money by saving....

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Energy Efficient Windows – What you should know

  • March 7, 2017

Windows in our homes serve as a gateway for light and air ventilation. However, they also can have a negative effect on your home’s energy efficiency. By installing energy-efficient windows, you can considerably reduce heating and cooling costs and save money on energy bills. If you have a tight budget,....

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3 Ways To Cut Down On Your Energy Costs With MassSave and NEEECO

  • February 23, 2017

Do you live in Massachusetts and want to make your home energy efficient? Do you want to save your money on energy bills by making valuable improvements in your home? MassSave Home Energy Services Program is an assessment program by MassSave that audits the way you utilize energy in your home. MassSave....

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The Best Insulation Options for your Home

  • February 3, 2017

One of the most environment-friendly things a homeowner can do is to install insulation in their home. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating and cooling activities account for about 48 percent of the energy used in US homes, making it the biggest energy expense for homeowners. By adding....

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