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Three Advantages of Fiberglass Insulation

Since its introduction in the late 1930s, fiberglass insulation has remained one of the most popular insulating materials, and with good reason. Pre-cut rolls or batts and blown-in loose-fill are the two most frequently sold types. It can be applied to attics, walls, floor cavities, and basement rim joists. Because a tight fit is required for...

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How Much Does Attic Insulation Cost?

Installing attic insulation is an excellent way to save money on your heating and cooling bills. Insulating your attic will also improve indoor air quality and comfort as well as mitigate noise pollution. Many of today’s materials are also environmentally friendly. However, attic insulation cost varies depending on job complexity, attic size, insulation material/type,...

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How to Reduce Summer Cooling Costs

Did you know? Arizonans spend four times more on air-conditioning than residents in other states. That’s according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Thankfully, there are ways to ensure your electric bill doesn’t skyrocket right along with valley temperatures. Here are just seven ways to reduce summer cooling costs. Turn on Your Fans Ceiling,...

Slashing Energy Costs with Smart Tech

The benefits of smart tech or more accurately, home automation technology include slashing energy costs and greater convenience. Lots of smart tech products, such as smart plugs, smart bulbs, programmable thermostats, and energy monitoring systems are compatible with one another and, using IFTTT applets, let you set different triggers to automate regular home processes;...

Air Sealing Basics

While it’s well-known that homes require insulation to mitigate heat loss through walls, ceilings and floors, the concept of air sealing is often less understood. Yet, the Green Building Advisor states that, “one third of the energy you pay for probably leaks through holes in your house.” Air leaks occur when outside air enters...

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