Category Archives: Home Comfort

Understanding R-Value

R-value is a term that you may hear a lot in the world of home insulation. As a homeowner, you may be asking what this means, exactly. R-value is an insulating material’s resistance to conductive heat flow is measured or … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Spring is a Good Time to Insulate your home

More availability When the temperatures rise and your home becomes uncomfortable with heat gain in the summer, that is when thinking about insulation is top of mind. The catch is, many people are simultaneously experiencing the same thing as your … Continue reading

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Choosing the Best Insulation for Your Home

We understand that the world of insulation can be a bit tricky for the average homeowner. We would like to focus on the three most common types of insulation. With this list, we hope to help you choose the best … Continue reading

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The Lifestyle of Sustainable Homes

More and more often, people are choosing to make their homes more sustainable, energy-efficient, and better for the environment. Whether it’s a new build or upgrades to an existing home, this topic is increasingly in the news and on social … Continue reading

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Stay Warm This Winter – Here’s How

It’s January – which means it can get COLD in Virginia! This Winter, we have already experienced a crazy amount of snow, with just one snowfall so far in December (although a new snow threat looms for this coming weekend). … Continue reading

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