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7 Energy Consumption Myths

Centuries ago, it was believed that if a dog bit a human, you could treat the injury by removing a hair from the dog and holding it against the lesion.  The thought of someone over the age of 5 believing this old wives’ tale these days is quite comical.  However, that doesn’t mean this rumor…
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The Down Low On Hot Roofs

Traditionally in the Midwest, homes are insulated with fiberglass or cellulose insulation.  However, a newer trend being seen in homes is the use of spray foam insulation.  Just as the name implies, this type of insulation comes in spray cans. It’s a combination of resin and chemicals such as polyurethane & isocyanides.   As the insulation is…
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Smart Water Consumption At Home

Did you know that if all the water in the planet fit into a gallon jug, only 1 tablespoon (less than .5%) would be fresh water?  The U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that the average American household with 4 occupants uses an average of 400 gallons per day, a majority of which is used…
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Support Sustainable Living By Installing Environmentally Friendly Lighting Solutions

A green home uses less energy, water, and natural resources; creates less waste; and is healthier for the people living inside.” States the U.S. Green Building Council   Would you like to save on your energy bills and at the same time enjoy abundant daylight that brings out the natural beauty of your home? Natural…
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