Category Archive for "Energy Saving Tips"

How to Know if Your Home is Under Insulated

How to Know if Your Home is Under Insulated

August 7, 2019

If any of these signs of energy loss sound familiar, you likely have old or poorly installed home insulation. The good news?…

Old DC Houses: Go Green and Save Green

Old DC Houses: Go Green and Save Green

February 28, 2015

Old DC houses have a unique character. That’s why you bought yours. The history, the detail, the status, and the opportunity to…

The Benefits of Reflective Foil

The Benefits of Reflective Foil

February 6, 2015

The benefits of reflective foil are similar to the benefits of any insulation: reduced cost and increased comfort. The differences appear in…

How to Get a $500 Tax Credit for Energy Saving Home Renovations

How to Get a $500 Tax Credit for Energy Saving Home Renovations

January 21, 2015

Could You Get a Tax Credit For Improvements on Your DC Home? Hi. My name is Michael Grove, but you can call…

Insulation R Value and Sports Fans: What They Have in Common

Insulation R Value and Sports Fans: What They Have in Common

November 4, 2014

If you’re a loyal sports fan, there is no weather system that will keep you from cheering on your favorite team. Regardless…

How To Save Energy at Home: 10 Tips for Homeowners

How To Save Energy at Home: 10 Tips for Homeowners

October 24, 2014

Energy bills seem to be on the rise. To save money you’re going to have to save energy, but how? If each…

What Is a Home Energy Audit?

What Is a Home Energy Audit?

October 17, 2014

The term audit may cause your pulse to race, your palms to sweat and your hair to stand on end. Take a…

9 Steps to Drill and Fill Wall Insulation Projects

9 Steps to Drill and Fill Wall Insulation Projects

August 21, 2014

I’m excited today to walk through the steps of drill and fill wall insulation. Drill and fill is a way insulate the…