We exist to provide, promote, and advocate energy conservation.

  • You can save 10% or more on your energy bill by reducing the air leaks in your home.
  • First have your home tested with a blower door. This device can help determine where the air leakage is occurring as well as identify the air tightness of your home. A home that is too tight may need some form of mechanical ventilation.
  • Seal all thermal bypasses such as plumbing and electrical penetrations, chimney chases, partition walls that are open to the attic or crawlspace, attic hatches, recessed lighting, and soffits over cabinets.
  • Seal unused fireplaces or keep the damper closed when not in use.
  • Install double pane, Energy Star rated windows.
  • Caulk and weatherstrip doors that leak air and install insulated doors if possible.
  • Be sure that ceilings above dropped ceilings are sealed.
  • Seal unused chimney flues.
  • Seal air leakage areas around basements and crawlspaces and sill plates.