Like it or not, the long, cold winter months are right around the corner. Is your house ready to take on the elements?
Colonial, split level, ranch, cape. These are just some of the popular housing styles you’ll find around Western New York. But do you know which one of these styles is typically least energy efficient?
When it comes to heating and cooling systems, homeowners are often left with a fairly complicated question: high-efficiency, low efficiency or something in between?
If you’re looking to improve the appearance of your home and make it more energy efficient in the process, you may want to start with your windows.
Have you ever stopped to think about the quality of the air you’re breathing? While air quality is usually out of your control when you’re outdoors or in a place of business, you can most definitely do something about the air you breathe in your home.
Is your house healthy? If you’re not 100 percent sure, there’s a cost-free way to find out.
Unique ‘Quality of Life’ rehab program creates a comfortable, affordable living environment for homeowners
Creating a safe, healthy and comfortable living environment for homeowners is the goal of a unique “Quality of Life Through Construction” program offered by Prime Time Energy Services of Depew.
It’s that time of year again when we start thinking about our New Year’s resolutions. What if there was one resolution that would benefit you, the stability of your home and the environment all at the same time?
Building professionals say fall is the ideal time to consider winterizing your home for a more energy efficient and comfortable winter.
Caulk those old windows.. Don’t replace them. The majority of drafty windows we find are not the window itself but just in need of a little tightening up around the interior trim.
Install Cellulose insulation in your attic. This is the most cost effective improvement you can make to your home.
Allyson Wilson from the American Chemistry Council serves as our guide through the world of spray foam insulation and its “green” benefits.
Duct sealing can save you hundreds. In some instances, 30% or more can be lost from a home’s heating and cooling system by not properly sealing the ductwork in your home.