A Homeowner’s Guide to Understanding Home Energy Ratings

A home energy rating is a useful tool that homeowners, buyers, sellers and builders can use to evaluate the energy efficiency of a planned or existing home. The information provided by an expert home energy rating can be used to compare homes on the market as well as...

What’s Involved When Adding Central Air Conditioning to Your Home?

If you’re thinking about adding central air conditioning to an existing house, statistics show you’ve got a lot of company. In fact, while air conditioning was installed in just over 60 percent of homes as recently as the early 1990s, today about 87 percent of...

5 Facts About Insulation That Homeowners Need to Know

With the Baltimore area’s humid summers and unpredictable winters, good weatherization is essential for reliable comfort. Because insulation plays a major role in your home’s weatherization, knowing some basic facts about insulation can help you stay more...

Can Problems in Your Duct System Cause Poor Indoor Air Quality?

Ducts are like the lungs of your home. After the return air is drawn into the HVAC system and conditioned, the ductwork sends it to registers where it’s distributed through the home. If you’ve got problems with your ducts, poor indoor air quality may...

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