The heat is on in Middle Tennessee. We've enjoyed a beautiful spring, but the heat and the humidity are back! When high temperatures mix with high humidity, it feels hotter than it actually is.
"We love our hardwood floors. They are clean, elegant, and withstand the harsh foot traffic of kids, pets, and parties. If we take care of our floors, they should last the entire life of the home! In that senses, they are a great economical and sustainable choice.
In this article, we feature a1920’s nationally registered historic home in the Belle Meade neighborhood of Nashville that was carefully gutted and transformed into a high-performer. E3 served on the design, engineering, and construction teams during the 2015 and 2016 project scope.
Get ready! The 2017 Home Performance Coalition’s (HPC’s) National Home Performance Conference and Trade Show is coming to the Omni Hotel in Nashville March 19-22!
There are a number of easy actions that climate- and economically-minded Americans can take to help reduce carbon emissions, shrink their environment footprint, and boost the economy on a local scale. Buildings in the U.S., including both commercial and residential spaces, account for nearly hal
As we set our health resolutions for the new year, we may choose to eat more organic foods, drink more pure water, and get outside more to exercise and breath in clean air. But as we focus on the health of our body, let’s not forget about the health of our home.
Winter is in full swing. Frosty days and frigid nights bring most of life’s activities indoors where we spend nearly 90% of our time during the winter. This makes indoor air quality (IAQ) a hot topic during these cold months!
Is your skin feeling dryer than usual? Notice that you need to water the houseplants more frequently? It’s hard to believe there would ever be a need for humidifying given how wet the summer was, but let’s face it, it’s dry!
The top three causes of building failure are water, moisture, and humidity. Not only does the water itself cause damage but so too does the mold that takes root in moist, warm, dark, and under-ventilated places. The perfect example of this type of space is an unsealed, unconditioned crawlspace.