It’s that time of year — tax season. While it’s usually a pain to get everything together if you haven’t been staying on top of it throughout the year, it’s often worth it when you receive that coveted tax refund. You might already have big plans for that money — a vacation or savings, but what if you could actually invest it into your home? It is a great opportunity to invest extra money and create a monthly dividend (similar to an annuity).
Last fall, a family of young professionals purchased their first home, an older home in the 12 South neighborhood that had fallen somewhat into disrepair after years on the rental market.
Have you noticed condensation on your windows lately? What does this mean? If you see condensation, you likely have high humidity levels in your home. Condensation can accumulate particularly in the kitchen, laundry room, bathrooms, or in bedrooms with adjoining bathroom. The cause?
As we move into the winter season, you may notice that the summer humidity is gone and the lack-their-of is now causing other types of problems. Dry indoor conditions can be just as miserable as high humidity levels, but for different reasons.
People often call us and say, “I saw your vehicles in my neighborhood the other day. What do you y’all do?” Well, the short answer is, we do a lot! E3 helps existing homeowners fix issues related to comfort, moisture, indoor air quality, and high energy bills.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma brought a lot of rain to Nashville. How did your crawlspace weather the storms? Moisture issues in crawlspaces are as common as pumpkins in October. That's why it's important to check on things under your house on a regular basis.
When we see the buildup of air pollution over the city, we are reminded that the outdoor air may not be as fresh as we think. Have you ever wondered how your indoor air compares to the outdoors?
As a company who focuses on energy efficiency, our fundamental objective here at E3 INNOVATE is to promote sustainable living however possible.
August 2nd is a date that should be marked on everyone’s calendar this year. It’s not a new holiday or some kind of special celebration, but sadly, is quite the opposite.
Over the past decade, an innovative new form of environmental policy called benchmarking has been spreading throughout the United States, sparking a newfound sense of ecological responsibility amongst the American public.