Category Home Weatherization

What Are Energy Efficient Windows and Doors?

As windows and doors can bring wonderful sunlight and provide access points into our homes, they are also the source of energy loss in the house. A window’s energy efficiency can be improved by installing storm windows, sealing air leaks by caulking and weather-stripping, and adding window treatments or coverings. When a door is old […]

Installing Proper Insulation

Now that it is finally getting cooler, weatherizing your home for the cooler months may be beneficial to you. Keeping your home comfortable and preventing the temperature from fluctuating from outside weather can be solved by installing insulation. Insulation slows down the transfer of heat, so warm air inside won’t permeate through the walls as […]

Home Energy Swaps That Could Save You Money

Did you know that as much as 43% of a home’s monthly utility bill can be attributed solely to heating and air conditioning? This number is especially important in Arizona, where we experience extreme temperatures year-round. Phoenix also receives an average of 299 sunny days a year, which is great for our tourism industry – […]

Energy-Saving and Eco-Friendly Holiday Tips

Winter time brings parties, holiday festivities, and many decorations. It also brings a lot of extra energy and household waste. With so much going on this December, it may seem impossible to stay green, but we’ve got you covered. Here is our guide to having an Eco-friendly holiday season. Since the weather is getting colder, […]

Benefits of Installing Energy Efficient Windows

Did you know you can install windows on your home that provide energy efficiency? The key is choosing the right type of window and framing based on industry standardized ratings and hiring a contractor who will properly install the windows. Some key benefits of upgrading to energy efficient windows are: Installing new windows is a […]

Roofing Repair and Replacement Tips

Roofing maintenance is something that most of us rarely think of and take for granted perhaps until it starts raining inside the house. Waiting to take care of your roof until noticeable damage occurs can cost you lots of money though! Generally speaking, good preventative maintenance will ensure your roof will last about 20 years […]

Fall Home Energy Saving and Maintenance Tips

Chances are good that vacations abounded this year and your home did not get the love it normally receives. This is a great time of the year to prepare your home for the fall and winter elements before the holiday season takes hold of our time and energy. Many of these will ensure your family’s […]