Tag Archives: energy

11 Tips to Save Energy Costs This Winter

  As Game of Thrones’ great Ned Stark never got the chance to say, winter is here. What’s unique about Midwest weather patterns is that summer and winter reach both extremes of the temperature gauge compared to the rest of the country. It’s blistering hot and humid in the summer, and frigid in the winter,… read more

Quick Fixes for Drafts and Air Leaks

  It’s 9 am on a chilly Sunday morning. You’ve been looking forward to this day—your favorite NFL ream team has a huge game against a division rival. An essential win on their journey to make the playoffs. You wake and put on your casual morning hoodie. You walk into the kitchen to prepare a… read more

Keeping Your Home Warm this Winter

  Earlier this year, we wrote about ways to keep your home cool during the heatwave we experienced over the summer. Now that temperatures have dropped and winter is beginning to settle in, it only makes sense to do the same for the winter season. Use these tips to warm up your home, not your… read more

The Benefits of Window Replacement

  When’s the last time your home got new windows? Most professionals will recommend that windows be replaced every 15 to 20 years, but many homeowners go much longer. This issue with this is that after this time period, deteriorating windows begin to compromise the look, safety, and energy usage of your home. Replacing your… read more

Keeping Your Home Cool This Summer

  Ah, summertime. Days are spent poolside, barbequing, and for a lot of us, going broke from our electricity bill. Hot, midwest summers show no mercy, especially on our bank accounts, so it’s important to do everything we can to lighten the load we put on our air conditioners. There are several things you can… read more