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Let Us Help You Save 30% On Your Energy Bills

By Chuck Henrichsen on January 17, 2014

shoeless-family_ssAccording to the Department of Energy, you can save 30% on your heating bills by sealing air leaks in your home and making sure you have enough insulation in your attic, crawlspace and walls.

To help you achieve these savings, Clean Crawls is offering 10% off* any work you do with us throughout the remainder (after 1/16/14) of January!

Up to 40% of the air you breathe comes from crawl spaces and attics - this is especially true in winter when windows and doors are shut tight. Let us help you maintain a clean, healthy and energy efficient home.

One way to tell if your crawlspace insulation is adequate is whether your floor is cold.

All floors without carpet will get cold in the winter, but if your floors don’t seem to heat up throughout the day, chances are you have a problem with the insulation in your crawl space.

* May not be combined with any other offer.

Chuck Henrichsen
President and CEO of Clean Crawls, Treasurer of E3 World Wide, proud husband and father.

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How to Save Money on Your Attic Insulation, Revealed!

By Clean Crawls on September 20, 2017

Did you know that if your attic is not properly insulated, you could be losing money? It’s true! Insufficient, old or poorly installed attic insulation is one of the biggest causes of rising utility bills. Not only that, but installing insulation yourself can actually cost you more money than if you were to hire an

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What Makes Clean Crawls Different: Part VI

By Chuck Henrichsen on September 14, 2017

We Care For Our Community One of my favorite aspects of being a business owner is my ability to give back to the community and help those in need. As I have often said, I see Clean Crawls not as a retrofit construction company but as a service company. Furthermore, as a service company I

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The Importance of Proper Attic Ventilation

By Clean Crawls on September 12, 2017

Homeowners are constantly looking for ways to better their home. One of the most common problems that homeowners encounter is a house that is too hot during the summer and/or too cold during the winter. Here in the Pacific Northwest, we’re all too familiar with dampness and chilly air – but we’d all prefer to

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