We at E3 INNOVATE love our cars... if you didn't know already. And, although we try not to play favorites, our electric vehicles hold a special place in our heart.
Starting the design of a new custom home can be exciting and daunting at the same time.
Medicine and healthcare are often used to make analogies to home performance at E3 INNOVATE because of the similarities between achieving optimal health and an energy efficient healthy home.
In last month's blog, we discussed ventilation and the three methods for bringing fresh air into the home. You can read that blog HERE.
January is Radon Awareness Month. Although radon is probably the most popular indoor air contaminant, there are others we should be aware of. Particulates from mold, dust, dander, and pollen as well as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and combustion gasses are often found inside our homes.
Changes to the Residential Energy Code in Davidson County Tennessee Davidson County recently adopted the 2018 residential building codes, without amendments. What does this mean for new construction projects in and around Nashville?
Better Building Codes Means Healthier Homes for Nashvillians!
States and municipalities across the US have implemented a number of strategies to increase the performance of the residential market. After all, this sector of the economy accounts for abo
E3 was recently featured in Home Energy Magazine! The latest article was a follow up to one published in the winter of 2018. Both articles describe a complicated radon issue in a large home in Nashville, TN.
Anita moved to Nashville from California in 2018. She was looking to start a new life in a new place. A new job, a new house, and even a new relationship welcomed her to Music City.