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1. Choosing vertical blinds
April 26, 2018

Vertical blinds are being increasingly used in homes and offices. This is due to their some characteristics that are useful for various purposes. You also can opt for them if you have assessed the requirement of your interiors perfectly and have matched with your décor. Take help of some expert who can advise you about the requirement of sunlight and air inside of a commercial building or home. One of the reasons for these window coverings is that they are considered as more energy-efficient and insulation. Your energy bill will be significantly reduced once you install these office blind... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

2. How to Prepare an Energy Efficient Home
September 27, 2016

Anyone looking to save money on heating bills might want to consider various methods of creating an energy efficient home. Looking at different types of insulation is one way, as getting the best crawl space insulation Norcross, GA, can make a huge difference. Insulation is designed to keep heat from escaping your house. The less heat that escapes, the less needs to be pumped back into your house, saving you money. Fiberglass insulation is common, but there are many types for many locations and situations, from wool to cellulose to natural fibers, and insulation doesn’t just need to be i... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

3. Choosing the Most Effective Crawl Space Insulation
September 21, 2016

Insulation is a great way to keep a house as energy efficient as possible. Homeowners preparing to insulate their crawl spaces should know a few things before they get started, though, especially if they plan to do it themselves. Even homeowners hiring a contractor would be better served by having some knowledge of the process ahead of time. The most important thing to know is which types of insulation are best for different climates. Since the effectiveness of insulation depends very much on the climate, the best crawl space insulation in Georgia will be very different from the best insulati... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

4. Steps to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient
August 24, 2016

In this day and age, wasted energy is a bigger problem than ever. Not only is it harmful to the environment, it can steadily drain your pocketbook if you aren’t careful. From using your appliances efficiently to discussing upgrades with your roofer in Atlanta, there are steps you can take to ensure you minimize your wasted energy and maximize the energy that you do use and pay for. Insulation One of the most straightforward things you can do to increase the energy efficiency of your home is step up your insulation game. Walls without proper insulation, unfinished attics, garages, and o... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

5. 4 Things to Consider for Clean Room HVAC Systems
July 03, 2016

There are different levels of clean room. The level that is required depends on the activities occurring in the space. From laboratories to surgical rooms, one of the often forgotten things to consider is the clean room HVAC system. In order to prevent contamination, here are 4 things that should be taken into consideration. Temperature The room's temperature is dependent on the insulation of the room. With the correct insulation, the room can be properly cooled or heated in an energy efficient manner. One of the issues that clean rooms deal with when it comes to temperatures is the amount of ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

6. Selection And Installation Of Vertical Blinds For Your Home
May 05, 2016

Window treatments are getting more popularity than never before. Not just an aesthetic feature but immensely functional, vertical blinds have gained a great reputation in the market as an essential window treatment instrument. These blinds increase the privacy of any room, great for insulation, energy efficient and add variety of design elements to different décors. Vertical blinds in Melbourne are attractive alternative to horizontal blinds, which are traditional blinds run from left to right. It is important to know certain fundamental things about vertical blinds including installation, sel... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

7. 4 Ways to Make Your Home More Insulated
April 28, 2016

The more insulated your home, the more energy efficient it will be. You can lose or gain heat through even the smallest of cracks, as well as through out-of-date building materials. Keep reading to learn more about Energy Star siding in St. Paul and other ways to make your home as insulated as possible. Add Insulation Many people don’t realize that it’s possible to add insulating material to the existing layer of insulation already present in their homes. This is easily accomplished with blown-in insulation. Just like it sounds, it can be blown into spaces in your walls that... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

8. 7 Ways to Get Your House Ready for Winter
January 10, 2016

Winter is a challenging season for homeowners and their budgets. However, it’s an easier obstacle to overcome when you know how to prepare for it. Easy steps like improving your insulation and scheduling furnace repair in Minneapolis can make the cold weather much easier to handle. Here are 7 ways to make your home safer and more energy-efficient before cold weather strikes. Check Your Insulation Many homes are not sufficiently insulated, leading to inflated heating bills during the winter. Consider adding an additional layer of insulation to your attic and outer walls. Blow-in insulation is... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

9. Window Coverings for Home Insulation
September 15, 2015

Changing the coverings on your windows can also enhance the look of your entire home, but it can also help you lower the heating costs especially during winter. Most homeowners think about the loom or appearance if there is one, that is why they choose to add blinds and covering on their window without realizing the goodness that it can provide within their home. Window coverings can help in conserving the heat within your home. If you want an energy efficient home, you need to take a look at window coverings the next time you are going to shop for home decoration. It is important for you... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

10. The Importance of Regular AC Ductwork Testing
June 04, 2015

How do you make your home more energy efficient? As energy costs continue to rise, homeowners are asking that question more often. The only problem is that they're getting all the same answers. Experts tell them to add insulation, replace old windows, or have their furnace or hot water system serviced. But they seldom mention leaky ductwork as a possible energy thief. Why is this? More often than not, they don't mention it because the average homeowner knows next to nothing about ductwork. By comparison, the homeowner might know a bit about insulation or rickety windows, so he or she may... (read more)

Author: Aaliyah Arthur

11. How to Care for Dual Pane Windows
May 21, 2015

Dual pane windows are beautiful things. They offer improved heat insulation and can help homeowners cut down on energy bills during the winter. They beef up sound insulation and can make life with noisy neighbors bearable. They're also great for the environment and make houses energy-efficient. For all those benefits, they are a significant investment. A decent set can run you several hundred dollars. It's understandable that you'd want them to last. Dual pane windows require some special care. You'll want to know their ins and outs before you commit to placing them in your home. The... (read more)

Author: Antoinette Ayana

12. The Tenets of Energy-Efficient Home Builders
April 28, 2015

While energy-efficient home builders compete for the same business, those who flourish adhere strictly to the fundamentals of their trade. The fundamentals are solid construction and controlled ventilation, plus high-efficiency heating, cooling, appliances, doors, and windows. The job is to blend these with wall and roof assemblies, insulation, caulking, and weather-stripping to build a residence within a "thermal envelope" of comfort and energy conservation. First of all, wood is the most dependable material for framing a green home, and today's construction techniques use wood onl... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

13. Commercial Air Conditioning: Be More Efficient With Your System
June 19, 2014

The heating and cooling unit in any building typically uses more energy than just about any other system. Luckily, by maintaining and possibly upgrading your commercial air conditioning unit, you can increase the level of comfort in the area and save money in the process. While you can use a furnace or air conditioner that is energy-efficient, it still will not have as big of an impact as using proper equipment and appropriate insulation, thermostat settings, and weatherization. That combined with maintaining the unit can save you hundreds of dollars in operating costs each year. M... (read more)

Author: Ace Abbey

14. The Nature of Heating And Cooling
April 17, 2014

When you understand the processes behind heating and cooling, you understand how to mentally approach the challenge of keeping your living space at an adequate temperature. Heat is transferred to and from objects via three distinct processes known as conduction, radiation, and convection. Conduction is basically heat that travels through material. On a blazing day, heat is conducted into your home through the roof, the walls, and the windows. You can help reduce this conduction by utilizing roofs that reflect heat, smart insulation, and energy efficient windows. Radiation is essentially h... (read more)

Author: Aaliyah Arthur

15. Making Your Home More Energy Efficient By Updating Windows, Insulation, and More
January 17, 2014

Have noticed that your energy bills are much too high? Fear not. There are a number of things that you can do right now to reduce your energy costs by making your home more efficient. While the idea of going green might seem complicated and expensive for many homeowners, but the reality is there are really just a few small steps that you can take to make sure your home is as efficient as possible. From upgrading your windows to making sure your HVAC system is running efficiently to eliminating drafts, making your home more environmentally friendly is easier than you may think. Proper insu... (read more)

Author: Aaliyah Arthur

16. The Advantages of Purchasing a Home From Home Builders
January 07, 2014

It seems that everywhere the eye can see, there are new houses being built. The sale of new homes is on the rise, while the resale properties market has been dropping off. There is plenty of appeal in purchasing a brand new house. They are more energy efficient than older places, and require less maintenance. They also tend to be safer. Modern home builders do not use asbestos in the insulation, and there is no lead in the paint. As well, the electrical systems in newer residences are up-to-date. A great deal of first time buyers are interested in seeing the places that are constructed b... (read more)

Author: Alfred Ardis

17. Ways to Lower Your Heating Bill
January 07, 2014

If you're tired of paying exorbitant rates on monthly energy bills, it's time to upgrade your heating equipment. There's nothing like the comforts of a warm home, but maintaining an ideal indoor climate can be costly. However, there are many things you can do to impact your energy costs and make your property more efficient. By making sure your appliances are in top form, improving insulation, and sealing any air gaps, you're sure to see a reduction in your monthly payments. It all starts with the heater itself. Today's appliances are efficient, reliable, and quiet, and you're sure to fin... (read more)

Author: Antoinette Ayana

18. Fire Bricks
November 14, 2013

Fire Bricks are also known as Fire Clay Bricks. Fire Bricks are made of refractory ceramic. Refractory ceramic is a material used for lining kilns, fireplaces, furnaces and fire boxes. This makes it clear that refractory Fire Bricks can withstand very high temperatures. And at same time they have considerably low thermal conductivity making them highly energy efficient. Fire Bricks are prepared by burning fireclay in a kiln till they get partly vitrified. In cases of special purpose Fire Bricks, fireclay can be glazed also. Dense Fire Bricks are of great use for lining in areas where extr... (read more)

Author: Mr. Sanjay Patel

19. Use premium quality insulation paint to make your home more energy efficient
October 31, 2013

Today, insulation paints are high on demand in the construction field. Most of the people use insulation paints to make their home more energy efficient. Other reasons associated with the use of insulation additives are the durability, efficiency, convenience and easy to us manner of using these products. There are countless companies available today that offers insulation paints, coatings and plaster products. It is important to approach reliable suppliers to ensure that you will get premium quality insulation products for your money. Online research is the most efficient way find one o... (read more)

Author: Diana Smith

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