Thursday, December 17, 2009

News Update

Fueled by the proposed 'Cash For Caulkers' program, news outlets all over the United States are running the same story: What you can do to your home to make it more energy efficient.

Across the board, homeowners are encouraged to repair air-leaks and insulate their homes as the first step to reducing energy-use.

BrightHome uses a detailed comprehensive home assessment which includes, a blower door test, infrared cameras and extensive home survey to identify and quantify the work scope and energy savings.

For more information, visit these news links

Homeowners Getting a Push to Caulk, Insulate Those Air Leaks - Wall Street Journal

Building Performance Institute Included in 'Cash for Caulkers' Recommendation from President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board - Building Performance Institute

Obama Administration Weighs Incentives for Home Improvement - Wall Street Journal

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