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Power Outages: How Insulation Protects Your Home When The Power Goes Out

By Mike on December 15, 2015

Power outages come at the most unexpected times. We might be in the middle of dinner, watching tv, getting ready in the morning, or staying at home sick, when suddenly the lights flicker and then go out. Voila-no power. Power outages are bad news for many Western Washington homeowners. Sometimes they last for several hours

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Preparing for Winter – Is Your House Insulated?

By Mike on October 15, 2015

The winter season holds the promise of cold winds, heavy rain, and frosty mornings for families in Seattle and Tacoma. While many people excitedly anticipate the opportunity to bundle up in their warm jackets, scarves, boots, and gloves to brave the fall and winter weather, it can be frustrating when these cold conditions follow you

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You Asked, We Answered: How Much Can I Save with Spray Foam Insulation?

By Mike on September 16, 2015

Spray foam insulation has become increasingly popular for its ability to thoroughly insulate attics and crawl spaces, producing major savings for Everett homeowners. But just how much can you save with spray foam insulation? To find out, we have to first take look at how spray foam works and what makes it superior to other

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Crawl Space FAQs Answered

By Mike on February 26, 2015

Many people don’t know what to make of the standing water, moldy insulation and nasty smell that they find when they visit their crawl space. To help clarify some things, we have compiled a short list of some of the top crawl space FAQs regarding crawl space conditions and their answers. Why is my crawl

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Clean Air: The Danger of Radon in Your Crawl Space

By Mike on February 22, 2014

Radon test kit — Image courtesy of GrrlScientist Radon is a naturally occurring colorless, odorless gas that is emitted from natural deposits of uranium in the soil, rocks and water. Radon is result of the decay of uranium and is a naturally radioactive element. Approximately two radon atoms are released from every square centimeter of

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Purifying Your Air With Plants

By Mike on January 21, 2014

Whether your home is brand new or dates back to the early 1900’s, it is probably harboring toxic airborne chemicals. Homes these days are filled with invisible invaders and not all of them are safe. Chemical compounds are found in emissions from paint, plastic, carpet, flooring, building materials, and household cleaning solutions. Even our mattresses

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