Household air can be two to fives times more polluted than outdoor air. For reduced allergy symptoms and better overall health, make sure you’re doing what you can to improve your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ).
Clean indoor air quality (IAQ) is as important to our health as exercise, restful sleep, and wholesome nutrition.
We all know we should have insulation in our homes for greater energy efficiency, but do you know why? What does insulation really do, and how does it affect the comfort of your home?
Spring allergy symptoms got you down? It’s time to think about your home’s indoor air quality.
If you suffer from allergies, Spring can be a dreaded time when you experience symptoms like coughing, sneezing, itching, and watery eyes. You may find yourself staying indoors just to feel comfortable, only to experience little relief from your symptoms.
A healthy home isn’t just healthy — it’s also comfortable and energy efficient. Here’s how E3 can help turn your house into a healthy home.
Many homeowners try to make improvements without getting an energy audit first.
Uncontrolled moisture in your crawlspace is never okay. Over time, moisture encourages mold growth (which in turn leads to poor indoor air quality), wood rot, warped floorboards and ductwork problems.
If you’re thinking about building a new home or renovating your existing one, there are many decisions to be made. One of the largest considerations is whether to make the investment in building with efficiency in mind or simply settling for the minimum or baseline standard.
E3 is currently conducting a neighborhood radon study in different areas across Nashville to get a sense of the variation within neighborhoods. The age of the homes varied, as did their foundation types.