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Our comprehensive solutions focus on calculable savings and a deep understanding of building science. We seek to positively impact those we serve in tangible ways. 

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Attic Insulation

Inadequate attic insulation often leads to heat loss, making your HVAC system work harder for underwhelming and inefficient results. Without proper venting solutions, insulation also develops mold over time from the liquid penetrating the attic. Improper attic insulation will cause an uncomfortable environment for the occupant, decrease overall air quality, cause ice dams to form, cause water damage, and other unnecessary risks. 

Attic Air Sealing

Installing new insulation is important and can bring great benefits, but we can’t forget about air sealing. We’ve heard of air sealing our windows to ensure that we’re not wasting our energy dollars, but it’s harder to spot air leakage in the attic. When we make an attic more energy efficient, we do a deep dive and seal all the gaps, cracks, and other bypasses that allow air to escape from the living space. 

Attic Hatches

Attic hatches are often overlooked when doing attic work. We build sturdy damming around the hatch so blown insulation doesn’t spill over and make it impossible for maintenance to access. We insulate the lid and create new trim supports so that the weight of the new lid is fully supported.

Roof Caps

Often, the venting we find in attics is either non-existent or routed improperly. We plan out and connect exhaust fans and vents to insulated ductwork and out through roof caps/vents. This solution allows the building to breathe and prevents potentially dangerous particles and moisture from hanging around in the attic and causing more problems than they should. 

Shower Heads

Energy-efficient shower heads work similarly to the aerators on your faucet or kitchen sink. Let's be honest, lots of us like to run our shower a bit to let it get warm. Think of all the water that's being wasted during that time. On average, an energy-efficient shower head can save you nearly 2,500 gallons of water annually.

Faucet Aerators

Aerators are a simple fix to the major issue of our annual extraordinary water waste. On average, bathroom aerators will save you ~620 gallons of water per year. Kitchen aerators will save you nearly 3x that amount!

Exhaust Fans

Exhaust fans are located in multiple parts of the home including bathrooms and kitchens. They are meant to exhaust contaminants and work in tandem with a venting system that brings new air into the room to avoid moisture buildup. When we replace exhaust fans, we often check, build, or replace the ductwork in the attic to make sure that the air the exhaust fan is pulling is actually leaving the room.

CO Detectors

CO detectors alert us to carbon monoxide leaks which silently lead to the deaths of hundreds of individuals per year. We make sure they are up to date, working, and properly installed. If they aren't we will replace them. 

Boiler Tune-Ups

Boilers and furnaces are difficult and expensive to replace. We clean your boilers and run diagnostic tests to ensure that they are running at peak efficiency while making any changes that can improve their lifespan and performance. 

Furnace Tune-Ups

Boilers and furnaces are difficult and expensive to replace. We clean your boilers and run diagnostic tests to ensure that they are running at peak efficiency while making any changes that can improve their lifespan and performance.

Pipe Insulation

Often, hot air leaving a furnace or boiler through uninsulated pipes will drop drastically in temperature way before ever reaching its destination. We insulate the pipes coming from your boiler and furnace in order to improve the performance of your HVAC system.

Weatherization

Our approach to energy efficiency involves looking at the building as a whole. We have many other solutions that are custom fit to the needs of the properties we serve. Thermostats, weather stripping, draft stoppers, and the list goes on.