Selling Comfort and Providing Energy Efficiency

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Selling Comfort and Providing Energy Efficiency

On a mission to help people make homes more energy efficient? So are we. Indow sells and installs interior window inserts in homes that help homeowners stay warmer in the winter and cooler in ...

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Cheating - The Insulation Industry's Dirty Secret

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November 01, 2000

Major problems exist with the way some attic insulations are manufactured, labeled, and installed. An experienced insulation contractor, diagnostic technician, and building science educator sizes up the ongoing problem of cheating and offers specific recommendations to prevent it. [continue reading]

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Radiant Barriers: Performance Revealed

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September 01, 2000

In the summertime, radiant barriers give attic insulation a clear advantage in cutting the demand for cooling energy. [continue reading]

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Storm Windows Save Energy

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July 01, 2000

Although new, high-performance windows are the ideal, simply putting up storm windows in the wintertime can be a very effective alternative. [continue reading]

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Wrap It Up: Building Houses with the Skin on the Outside

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November 01, 1999

Most techniques for creating a tight building envelope in residential construction focus on how to create a continuous air barrier on the interior of the building's frame. [continue reading]

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Calculating Whole Wall R-Values on the Net

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November 01, 1999

In 1995, approximately 85% of U.S. residential housing was stick built. While energy-efficient walls can be built with dimensional lumber, it takes careful design and construction to achieve this. [continue reading]

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Unventing Attics In Cold Climates

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November 01, 1999

As Home Energy readers know, venting attics in hot, humid climates brings a great deal of moisture into the structure (see "Conditioned Attics Save Energy in Hot Climates," HE May/June '97, p. 6). Not venting the attic avoids this problem. [continue reading]

NESEA Hudson Valley Group May 2016 Monastery Retrofit Workshop

Luis Hernandez

NESEA Hudson Valley Group May 2016 Monastery Retrofit Workshop

NESEA Hudson Valley Group welcomes you to ourspring 2016 Monastery Workshop Series. The main purpose of this project is to ...

Millennials Trust the Smart Home Revolution, but For How Long?

Andy Heikkila

Millennials Trust the Smart Home Revolution, but For How Long?

Brands and products that aren’t trusted by Millennials are doomed to fail, with Gen Y making up more ...

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