28 Jan '12, 2pm

Is your house weatherized? Sealing your home can significantly reduce energy loss which translates to money saved!

Is your house weatherized? Sealing your home can significantly reduce energy loss which translates to money saved!

TEST IN, TEST OUT. Weatherization experts know the value of using scientific equipment to evaluate a house's many systems. The beauty of testing is that it is carried out before energy improvements are made and then again after the remediation work is completed. The second round of test verifies the efficacy of the improvements. Reduce the heating load, then make other reductions To address the homeowners’ goals and concerns in a practical, cost-effective manner, Sustainable Spaces started with a detailed performance inspection, including insulation, outdoor air infiltration, duct leakage, heating and cooling load and systems, moisture issues, water heating, lighting, appliances, and general durability, to evaluate the home as a system. Based on the findings, the team prescribed a list of priorities targeting those issues that resulted in uncomfortable rooms, unhealthy air...

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