Why You Need Insulation in Your New Construction Tampa Home

Building a home from the ground up provides you with endless opportunities for customization. Check out these benefits of outfitting your new construction Tampa home with insulation. Home insulation is mandated by law. Did ...

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Insulation Ratings: What FL Homeowners Need to Know

Before you invest in more insulation for your home, it's important to understand the different types of insulation and insulation ratings. Learn more about insulation ratings and how to insulate different areas ...

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The 5 Ws of Kraft Faced Insulation

Do you ever feel like you're playing Twenty Questions when you're trying to figure out methods of making your home more energy efficient? We'll take the guessing games out of lowering your ...

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3 Signs That Your Home Needs Insulation

Insulation is usually associated with keeping something warm, like a cup of coffee, a soup thermos, or a log cabin in the snowy mountains. But what about the cooler you bring with ...

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How to Prevent Mold with Spray Foam Insulation

Mold in your home is a lot bigger problem than you'd expect. Learn why mold is hazardous to your health and what you can do to prevent it from becoming a problem.

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The Top 10 Ways You Could Save Energy in Your Home Posted by Wattson on Aug 14, 2012

Are you ready to see your energy bills deflate and your home become greener without paying thousands of dollars on solar technology? Then consider following the...

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Programmable Thermostats – Save Money While Keeping Cool Posted by Wattson on Jun 26, 2012

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a programmable thermostat can save you approximately $180 per year in heating and cooling costs for the average ...

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Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs – Are They Really Worth the Switch? Posted by Wattson on Jun 5, 2012

By now, you've probably heard or read about how much money and energy you can save by switching from traditional incandescent light bulbs to newer compact f...

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Kill the Bill With the Kill-A-Watt Posted by Wattson on Apr 29, 2012

Knowledge is power – and until recently it has been very difficult for residential electricity users to find out what their power usage really looks like....

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Five Free (Or Cheap) Ways To Reduce Home Energy Use Posted by Wattson on Mar 27, 2012

No matter the season, your home is an energy-consuming machine. Some homes are a lot more efficient than others – in general, the newer your home, the less wa...

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Keeping Cool In The Summer Posted by Wattson on Mar 17, 2012

The two biggest home energy expenses for most Americans are heating the house in the winter and cooling it down in the summer. Of the two, cooling costs are har...

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