I know a great number of people who close the vents and the doors to certain rooms or areas of their home during the winter in order to make the remainder of the home more comfortable and to cut down on utility bills.
Love is in the air! The birds are singing, the flowers are blooming, and love is in the air! Well….in Central Kentucky I don’t think the flowers are blooming just yet.
Congratulations! You’re building a new home! This is an exciting time for you, but it can also be a stressful time. You’re overseeing the project rather than using a builder, so you’ve got to find the contractors and set the budget and monitor every
I’ve seen a lot of chatter of Facebook recently…people complaining about high utility bills around here. Almost every one of the posts I’ve seen puts the blame on the utility companies in our area for high rates.
We have had several people call us specifically to find out if we can take out their old insulation before we put new insulation in their attic. The answer is “Yes!”
Being comfortable at home is something we all want. Cold rooms in the winter are simply not acceptable. BUT, what about being comfortable at work? I bet most of you haven’t even considered the potential ramifications of having a building your employees
Did you know that heating and cooling your home accounts for the majority of your monthly utility bills? Unfortunately, if you’re in the Central Kentucky area, your home probably doesn’t have the recommended level of insulation
Happy Thanksgiving! It’s the time of year when we all stop to reflect on the things we are most thankful for. For many, this holiday brings about gatherings with family and friends.
We live in a world where instant gratification is key, shopping online is the way to go and where doing business over the phone rather than in person seems to be gaining popularity.
The weather is ever-changing in Central Kentucky and temperatures are dropping as we prepare to head into winter. And we all know how winter works here….it might not actually get here until February.