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Month: November 2013


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Tax Credits available for Insulation, expiring December 31st 2013

By Chuck Henrichsen on November 30, 2013

Now is a great time to ensure you get federal tax credits on energy efficiency upgrade materials like insulation. A full 10% of the cost of materials can be itemized as a deduction, up to $500.00! This deduction is part of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, and it was extended until the end

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Attic Weatherization: Keeping Winter at Bay

By Chuck Henrichsen on November 15, 2013

Many homeowners are unaware of the vital role their attic plays in the home. Not only can the attic keep the house at a comfortable temperature and prevent air leakage, but financial savings are very possible through a properly weatherized attic. In an attic that has not been properly weatherized, warm air can easily leak

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Insider Secrets About Insulation Contractors

By Clean Crawls on January 11, 2018

If you’ve ever experienced problems caused by a faulty, or even suspect, insulation installation, you know that it’s an experience you’ll never forget. Among the countless insulation installers out there, there are plenty that are reliable, honest, and who do an excellent job. Unfortunately, there are also some insulation contractors who just don’t measure up

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The Secret to Lowering Your Heating Bills

By Clean Crawls on December 19, 2017

As winter begins to bear down upon us here in the Puget Sound area, concerns of rising heating costs come front and center. You’ve dealt with these concerns before, but now there are indications that Puget Sound Energy is petitioning regulators to increase the price of home energy costs by as much as one-percent in

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Is Your Home Heat Smart?

By Clean Crawls on October 10, 2017

With the cooler weather of fall and winter quickly approaching, many homeowners are beginning to think about keeping their home warm during the cold months. In the damp, chilly environment we have here in the Pacific Northwest, this is especially important. But, despite turning up heaters and setting fireplaces to blaze, many people will still

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