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What to Look for When Moving into Your New Home

Moving into a new home can be a very exciting time. Unfortunately, with all the hustle and bustle involved, it’s easy to overlook some of the important things you should be looking for during your move. By checking for a few potential problems, you can save yourself significant time and money in the future. Air conditioning: A […]

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Understanding Radiant Barrier Insulation

How does radiant barrier insulation work? Heat travels using conduction, convection and radiation. Conduction is direct transfer of heat through materials, while convection transfers heat via moving air and radiation transfer heat through space, much like light. Radiant barriers act like a mirror, reflecting thermal radiation. The sun itself is a source of radiant heat. […]

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Things to Know When Completing Your Own Home Energy Audit

One of the most effective ways to save energy is to conduct a home energy audit. An audit can help reveal where you may be losing the most energy and the parts of your home where you should make updates to increase efficiency. If you have never conducted your own in-home energy audit, there are […]

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Smart Meter Use Continues to Rise

The Connected World magazine featured an interesting post discussing how the number of people in North America smart meter and smart grid deployments rose dramatically in 2011. As energy use continues to rise and energy demands become harder and harder for energy producers to meet, you can expect these types of monitors to become more […]

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Radiant Flooring vs. Radiant Ceilings

If you are considering alternatives for heating your home, radiant heating is one that gives you two options. You can opt for radiant flooring or radiant ceilings. Consider weighing your choices before you make your final decision. Here is a more detailed look at both options to help you choose. Radiant Flooring: A Great Way […]

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Preparing Your Home for Winter Weather

There are few things more festive than waking up to a snow-covered landscape, but winter weather can also pose a threat to your home. As snow begins to accumulate, it is important you know what parts of your home need protection. During a winter storm, one major concern is ice dams, which are composed of […]

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How to Keep Warm on Your Winter Camping Trip

Camping has been a favorite family pastime for generations. But what started out as simply spending time in the great outdoors has turned into a $18 billion dollar industry. According to data from the American Camp Association, more than 14 million children and adults camp in the United States each year. Though camping in the summer […]

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How Radiant Barriers Work: Reflective Paint vs. Foil

Those of us with dark-colored roofs know how hot it gets up there during the summer. Intense solar heat radiates indoors through the rooftop, baking the attic like an oven. The hot attic, in turn, conducts unwanted heat to the rest of the house, pressuring cooling systems to work harder and driving up utility costs. […]

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How Radiant Barrier Works in Warm Climates

Whether you live in a warm weather climate or a climate so hot that you can fry an egg on the sidewalk, radiant barrier can provide you with huge energy saving and cooling benefits to your home. In fact, studies show some of the greatest reductions in heat transfer come from homes in warm climates […]

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How Radiant Barrier Works

AN INTRODUCTION TO RADIANT BARRIER FOIL INSULATION It can be hard to wrap your head around how a thin sheet of reflective material resembling kitchen foil can make a such a big difference in blocking heat transfer, but radiant barrier works. We explain all of the technical details of how radiant barrier works on our physics […]

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