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.
The housing industry has seen major technological and material advances in recent years—high efficiency appliances, spray foam insulation, geothermal heating and cooling, residential solar energy, and much more. We are now experiencing large-scale digitalization as computers and smar
Summer in Nashville brings high humidity, which could lead to uncomfortable moisture levels in your home. Here are reasons to fight that humidity, and how you can control the moisture.
Spring and summer allergies are in full swing, but you don't have to suffer. These tips on how to allergen-proof your home will carry you through this season and all the years that follow.
Under new codes, homes are now required to be sealed more tightly to maintain comfort. These codes also ensure that the systems, particularly HVAC units, function properly and efficiently.
Even the best technology can't heat and cool a home that hasn't wasn't built with quality materials and labor. Read on to learn how we can help you improve the comfort of your home without a single piece of smart technology.
Efficiency updates to your home aren't always about saving money. Any upgrades you make will also provide better comfort for you and your family. Read on to learn how.
You might be suffering from indoor humidity if surfaces seem “tacky” in your house, you have to turn your thermostat down lower than normal to achieve comfort, your hardwood floors are cupping, or you are noticing mildew and odors.