Energy-Efficient Ventilation Tips

Ventilation is a crucial aspect of energy-efficiency. The steps taken to protect buildings from heat loss can also reduce air quality unless the building is adequately...

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Make Your Lighting More Energy-Efficient

To maximize the energy consumption that comes from building lighting, it is necessary to utilize both natural and artificial light sources. This includes the use of windows...

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The Ideal Building Size

The smaller the size of a building, the less energy that it uses. When buildings are larger, they require that more air be heated or cooled. This requires that the HVAC consume...

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Energy-Efficiency in Buildings

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  • 3 Steps To Ensure Your Home Is Protected From Flooding With Better Drainage

    Posted by Bennie Cooper on May 10, 2016

    Drainage around your home can become a serious problem when it rains. Watershed that is directed towards the foundation can lead to flooding and water damage in your home. To prevent these problems, you may want to consider some improvements to the drainage and...

  • Tips for Adding Attic Insulation to Your Home

    Posted by Bennie Cooper on Apr 7, 2016

    If you’re tired of shivering in your home when the weather turns cold, it’s probably time to install new insulation into your attic and walls. While you’ll probably need to hire a contractor to blow insulation in your walls, you can install attic...

  • Decks That Hold Up To Snow

    Posted by Bennie Cooper on Mar 4, 2016

    Snow is something that is prevalent for many Canadians during the winter season. Many Canadian cities even pick up well over 100 centimeters of snow each year. In a year with greater than average snowfall or after a particularly strong snow storm, many homeowners are...

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About Building Ventilation

Building ventilation can help reduce the temperature of the building and also plays an important role in air quality. Therefore, the ventilation system has to be chosen carefully.
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Energy-Efficient Lighting

Lighting can account for a large portion of the energy consumed by a building. Therefore, by selecting energy-efficient lights and management systems, buildings can lower their costs significantly.
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Optimal Building Space

How the building is designed will affect how energy-efficient it is. Larger buildings can easily get too hot toward the center and would have benefited from having a courtyard.