Energy Saving Blog

Fireplace Safety This Winter

In the winter it can be cold, grey, rainy, and even snow. If you have a fireplace in your home and excellent home insulation, it’s the perfect combination to keep you toasty warm.   Family time with warm drinks in front of a roaring fireplace – it can be a scene...

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4 Ways to Increase Energy Savings This Winter

While Little Rock doesn’t have the kind of winter weather seen further north, it can still get cold and uncomfortable. Having the right kind of heating and insulation is vital to staying comfortable.   However, keeping the heat going at the level you need can be...

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How to Know it’s Time to Replace Home Insulation

How’s the insulation in your house?   If you’re like a lot of homeowners, you have absolutely no idea. After all, the insulation is behind the walls or in the attic. You don’t spend a lot of time in those places!   Unfortunately, what you don’t know may hurt...

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Improve the Energy Savings & Comfort of an Older Home

There are so many great things about owning an older home. From unique design to charm and character, an older home can get you a great living experience at a lower-than-expected price.   Of course, there are some drawbacks. One of these is that the home isn’t...

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Understanding Insulation Terms – R-Value and More

Choosing proper insulation for your home is essential, but when you research the options you may feel over your head. Insulation, like many industries, has a lot of specialized language.   Fortunately, the terms aren’t hard to understand. Here are some of the...

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Understanding Fiberglass Insulation

Fiberglass is one of the most inexpensive and common insulation choices available. It’s almost always used in new construction unless the home is a custom build for a specific customer.   While fiberglass doesn’t have the benefits of other insulation options like...

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How Does Cellulose Insulation Work?

If you’re considering boosting your insulation before winter hits, you probably want to know what options you have. There are three primary types of insulation: cellulose, spray foam, and fiberglass. Cellulose is a very popular option for a lot of reasons. It’s...

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