Did you know that home insulation helps cool your house during the summer? Yes, insulation is more than a one season solution to your home comfort. We all recognize the fact that insulation helps keep our homes warm in the winter, but not many of us understand...

The holidays are over and now we get to enjoy fun part of winter, the weather. If you are not a ski bum, then the winter weather is simply cold. Fortunately, there are some simple winter energy saving tips that can help warm our homes. If...

Do you ever hear wind whistling through your windows? Does the sound make you feel like you live in a haunted house? While your home is probably not haunted by ghosts, the real problem is just as scary unless you've heard of home energy audits! You...

Spring is in the air. Yes, after an extended few weeks of mild temperatures, spring is here and the weather is starting to get hot. In New England, our hot, hazy and humid temperatures can wreak havoc on our AC systems and electric bills. To...

Death, baseball and apple pie. All three are part of the typical American Dream. Plus, homeownership! Our homes become part of our fabric because they provide the foundation for many great memories over the years. There is a lot of discussion about the financial commitment to homeownership, but...

New Englanders are tough. Although we may complain from time to time about the weather, we are typically prepared for Mother Nature. During the winter, homeowners know about winterization, but should also take some actions to prepare their homes and family for the wild winter weather...

In the Northeast, ice dams are part of winter. For homeowners, ice dams are a significant risk because they can create long-term damage. Also, ice dams are a pain in the butt that can lead to major roof damage. Luckily, there are some simple ways that...

Homeowners typically think weatherization means extra insulation and sealing air ducts. However, winterizing your home means so much more, like reducing the risk of ice dams and drainage problems. What is winterization? For novice homeowners, then there might be some ambiguity to what does ‘winterization’ actually mean? From...

Winter weather can really play havoc. For business owners, the weather can impact their business performance because winter storms affect potential customers and employees. However, another large business expense is energy costs. As the temperature drops, then the office building requires more heat to keep...