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Home Cooling Tips for Summer

With summer upon us, keeping your home cool creates a welcome escape. But you don't have to get hot-headed in your attempts to beat the heat. There are lots easy ways to cool down - and cool off - without spending a fortune.

Central Air Conditioning:  If you are lucky enough to have a...

Insulation and Ventilation

Adding extra attic insulation to your home is the single most important thing you can do in your home to cut down on energy costs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  The Department of Energy advises 19 inches in fiberglass batt insulation or 22 inches of blown insulation in your attic. 

Stairs and Railings

Imagine leaving a window open all winter long - the heat loss, cold drafts and wasted energy! If your home has a folding attic stair, that may be just what is happening in your home every single day. But there is something you can do about it.

PINKCap® Attic Stair Insulator from Owens...

Rule Your Attic: How to Check if You Have Enough Insulation to Save Money and Energy This Winter

With winter on its way, now is the time to make sure you have enough insulation in your attic to keep you warm and cozy throughout the cold season, and help you save money on your energy bills.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that homeowners can save up to 10% on their...


Did you know that a drafty attic could mean a warmer house during the winter? Well ventilated attics flush moisture out of insulation. This is good because even slightly damp insulation loses as much as one-third of its ability to insulate when damp. Well-ventilated attics reduce this moisture,...

Attic Storage and Organization

Storage space sells when it comes to residential real estate. No matter what the age or style of a property, prospective buyers are checking into every closet, scoping out the garage and generally looking for the bonus spaces that hold the stuff of everyday living.

If you’re considering ...