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What’s All This Insulation Fur?

  12/17/13 18:56, by , Categories: News, Weatherization

 

I know it's been a while since I've imparted wisdom - they finally found my hiding spot and set me in front of the keyboard again. I almost made it an entire year without having to work for my treats!

 

 

As a cat, I have extensive knowledge and experience on a wide variety of subjects. If you’ve read my previous posts, you know I’m a virtual cornucopia of insight – if you haven’t read them, it’s your loss (get with it). From my profile picture, you should be able to tell that I'm an authority on insulation (with the fur and the "girth", I think I still have the first BTU of heat I ever produced). While I live green (I can efficiently convert sunlight into sleep on continual basis), many of you don't. Your homes are inefficient and wasting energy at a pace that's faster than I eat kitty treats. Since your home can't grow fur and insulate itself (much as I have), it's up to you to remedy the short-comings of your domicile.

 

 

“Where do I start?”

“What needs to be done?”

“Where will I get the biggest bang for my buck?”

“If buttered toast always lands buttered side down and a cat always lands on its feet, what would happen if you tied a piece of buttered toast on the back of a cat and dropped it? “

 

 

The answer to the first three questions is “Ahren at Day Energy can help you with that” . For the last question - don’t even think about it!

Ahren is our insulation and duct sealing expert, and with a visit to your home and a simple (but thorough) inspection, he can let you know if your homes insulation could use improving or if your ducts are leaking more than they should (sounds like a personal problem). Ahren also has up-to-date information on the incentive and tax credit programs that may apply to your project. Call today and set an appointment – or, you can wait for the house to grow fur. Your call.

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