August 20, 2014

Did you know that lighting fixtures consume about 35 percent of the total electricity used in your Colorado home? While having bright and decorative lights can make your home more beautiful, you must remember that they increase your carbon footprint. Don't worry, though, because if you take steps in the right direction today, you can effectively reduce your energy consumption and cut down on costs. 
 
August 12, 2014

Air sealing, in simple terms, is the process of closing the openings and cracks in your home to prevent cool or warm air from leaking out. Apart from stabilizing the temperature of your home, air sealing is also crucial for moisture control. This is important in regions like Colorado where there is a constant need for home heating. The most ideal time to air seal your home is during the time of construction. 
 
August 1, 2014

Owners of older and lightly insulated homes are increasingly turning to retrofitting solutions to improve energy efficiency and slash their energy bills. Depending on the type of home you own, you can opt for retrofits after consulting with a building professional.
 
Many insulation opportunities in older homes
 

Pages

Testimonials

  • Thank you for supporting the participation of Andy Wildenberg in the U.S. Department of Energy's Multifamily Job Task Analysis (JTA) Workshop for Building Operator, held on May 9-11, 2013 in Golden, Colorado. This session marked the first step in the consensus-based process of developing a... Read More

    NREL

Sign up for our email newsletter

Want to keep up on our latest promotions and industry news? Click the button below to sign up for our email newsletter.

Sign up