Your house is a system. How and where it sits on the property, known as ‘siting’, determines how it will be affected by the seasons and weather. The walls, roof, floor, windows, doors, and insulation make up the envelope of the structure. The heating and cooling, ventilation, and ductwork should work well separately and together [...]
County hopes project will inspire homebuilders The Columbian, June 17, 2012, by Eric Florip
Better living now and in the future
To increase comfort and save on your energy bills, it’s necessary to assure that the outside elements like air and water don’t find their way into your house. The first step to weatherization is testing for air tightness. A professional blower door test works the best. However you can self test to find major air [...]
The average American spends over 90 percent of their time indoors where the air can be five times more polluted than outdoors. Homes have become more airtight in an effort to save energy and as a result we have trapped pollutants inside. Follow these steps for healthy indoor air Eliminate The number of products commonly [...]
Clark County kids can learn about what energy is, how we use it in our homes, and what we can do to save energy. Using an infrared camera and hand-crank generators for interactive learning third through fifth grade students are trained as Energy Detectives. Energy Efficiency Services staff bring this one hour program to Clark [...]
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