For homeowners, the onset of winter is a time to start ensuring that the home is properly buttoned-up, and there’s no more important part of the home to focus on than the attic. Our attics can have a huge impact on home performance. Ensuring that the insulation in your attic is up to par is one of the most important things you can do once the winter weather begins to hit, and it’s something that you can actually do yourself without fear of causing any damage.

 

“Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.” - Warren Buffett.

 

In a perfect world, every homeowner would have super-comfortable, energy efficient homes – but many homeowners overlook something that is just as important as comfort and savings. Indoor air quality is the “hidden” factor in most homes’ performance standards.

Step one in almost any journey is to take a look at the map. After all, it helps to know where you’re going and what you may want to do when you get there.

This graph shows which structural air-leaks drive up energy costs the most, allowing you to maximize efforts toward reinforcing your home's building envelope.

The graph below shows which structural air-leaks drive up energy costs the most, allowing you to maximize efforts toward reinforcing your home's building envelope. 

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  • Marvelous job!  They also found duct work damage in my attic and repaired that for me.  I’m very happy with the work done!

    Kathy B.