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Attic Insulation – Why is it Important, and When Should it be Professionally Inspected?

A properly insulated attic is a great way to keep down your home energy costs. It is also a way to make your home more environmentally friendly! The attic is one of the easiest places to insulate, which typically makes it an easy target for DIYers ready to tackle their next project. If you’ve taken […]

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Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation

Here we have a before and after shot of a job where we applied closed cell spray foam insulation. This insulation helps control both the temperature and humidity in the space that is insulated. It is an inorganic product and will never harbor mold or mildew.

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Can My Roof Hold Santa & His Sleigh?

While elves are busy making toys for good little girls and boys, your children might have some concerns about the logistics of Santa delivering their presents on Christmas Eve. After all, there are a lot of houses and children to visit in just a few hours, so the smoother the landing zone, the better! We […]

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Is Your Home Properly Insulated?

the big puffy coat you wear outside in the winter. Wearing it means you’ll stay warm and toasty, while going without means a chilly day indeed. Insulation works sort of the same way. The better insulated your home, the more comfortable the temperature will be throughout. This applies in summer, too. Unlike your winter coat, appropriate […]

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Ice Dams and Roof Damage – how to prevent them!

What is an Ice Dam and How Does it Form? Initially I thought an ice dam was formed by blocked gutters; nope!  While dams can extend into a gutter if the conditions permit, it’s all a matter of proper and improper insulation and ventilation.  In a perfect world, the melting ice and snow would flow […]

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