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Monthly Archives: April 2014

|Infographic| 4 Mouse Traps To Rid Your Crawlspace Of Rodents

Rodents are a nuisance, especially in your crawl space. This out-of-the-way hidey-hole is just the place for mice, rats, and even possums to find themselves snug and safe. Unfortunately, they will rip apart your insulation and destroy your vapor barrier, exposing your crawl space to the danger of mold and mildew, and they will sneak into your kitchen in the wee hours of the night to wreak havoc on your…

How Insulation Keeps Your Home Energy Efficient in Summer

With spring well underway, we begin to look ahead to the bright warm days of summer. With the summer sun and heat, however, comes the need for air conditioning. Unfortunately, air conditioning and other interior climate control systems can get expensive quickly. While many people are aware that insulation helps to reduce energy costs by keeping the home warm in the wintery months, fewer people know that a properly insulated…

Wasted Space: 5 Best Ways to Repurpose Your Crawl Space

No one likes wasted space in their homes. Most of us in the Seattle area pay dearly for each square foot of our houses, and so have an understandable and practical desire to make good use of everything we’ve paid for. However, the crawl space is, as always, frequently overlooked. Repurposing Option #1: Storage Space If a homeowner is struck with an idea for how to use a crawl space,…

Spring Cleaning Your Crawl Space

Now that spring is finally in the air, trees are blossoming and flowers are blooming. Spring is the traditional time to air out and clean out our houses in preparation for the coming months. But in your seasonal flurry of dustpans, mops, and window cleaners, have you forgotten something? Yes! It’s your crawl space! This corner of your home also needs a little springtime TLC. To smooth the way for…

Vapor Barriers: What’s All the Fuss About?

Even when the outside of your home is cold and dank, you want the inside to be warm and dry. While, on it’s own, insulation can do a fine job of keeping warm air in, a vapor barrier is often needed to keep moisture out. An insulation job that is not fortified by a vapor barrier can quickly be sabotaged by moisture and lose it’s insular qualities.   Vapor Barriers…

The Many Wonders of Spray Foam Insulation

“Batts, blowers, and foam, oh my!” The wonderful world of insulation has numerous options for any type of budget and all structural needs. One of the most effective types of insulation is spray foam insulation. While it can be a bit of an investment, the benefits that this type of insulation provides are, in most cases, well worth the cost. Even More Energy Savings Because of the superior insular qualities…

Attic Insulation: Just As Crucial In Summer

It’s easy to understand that insulation traps hot air inside your home during the winter months, decreasing your heating bills by keeping that pricy, heated air where it belongs. Now, simply invert the equation. In the same way that attic insulation keeps the hot air inside during a chilly winter, it also keeps the hot air out during sweltering summer months. Temperature Regulation Works Both Ways Insulation is used to…

Spring Cleaning Includes Crawlspaces and Attics

Spring is a great time for cleaning and freshening up the house. Crawl spaces and attics also need cleaning. They can be harboring dirt, mold and rodent feces, making the air in your home unhealthy, unclean and even unsafe. Call us today at 866-485-7118 or visit us online and we'll give you a free quote for cleaning,  restoring and insulating your attic and crawlspace. The Department of Energy has a great…

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