Posts tagged insulation
The Center for Green Building, located at 3309 Fairfield Avenue, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, is a building supply store dedicated to selling products that are completely non-toxic (both to install and to live with), as well as manufactured in environmentally responsible and sustainable ways. During Earth Week, I met with Gabriel Johnson, part-owner and Operations Manager of The Center for Green Building, to learn more about the history of their store, the products they sell, and their business philosophy. [...]
Finding the perfect garage door is all about selecting the best material and style to suit your needs and the aesthetic of your home. There is a variety of garage door materials, and each has its own merits and shortcomings. This article will summarize the pros and cons of each material. [...]
Spray foam insulation should be installed by professionals in order to assure a good job. There are many intricacies with mixture, temperature, and application that make applying spray foam a challenging task. And even the pros make mistakes. Here are four common problems you want to avoid with spray foam insulation ...
As I stood in my basement, looking up at the floor joists of the dining room above, I thought to myself, “I guess I do know a few things about insulation.” [ . . . ]
. . . While there are hundreds if not thousands of variations of “audits” performed daily, it essentially boils down to two types; survey style & diagnostic. [ . . . ]