Posts Tagged “Litchfield County Home Insulation”

Common Air Leak Locations

Posted on June 8th, 2015 by Driven Local

With warm summer weather right around the corner, many homeowners will be turning to their air conditioning system to stay cool.  However, even a high-efficiency air conditioning system can be wasteful if you don’t keep your home well insulated!  By sealing and insulating your home, you can keep cool, conditioned air indoors and warm humid […]

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Posted on June 5th, 2015 by Driven Local

    Did you know that many older homes in the Northeast  have little or no insulation? This results in higher energy bills, and lower comfort levels. In fact, the US Department of Energy’s number one recommendation to help consumers reduce their energy bills, is to add insulation. Here at Good Life Energy Savers, we […]

How to “Green” Your Home for Summer

Posted on May 29th, 2015 by Driven Local

  Want to improve the energy efficiency of your home this summer?  With a few simple home improvement changes, you can help reduce your impact on the environment – and your wallet! Eco-Friendly Home Tips: Seal Leaky Windows – Windows can be a big source of energy loss in your home.  Make sure that your windows […]

Your Home’s Energy Efficiency Can Be Improved with Renovation Projects

Posted on May 20th, 2015 by Driven Local

  Looking to make some home renovations this spring?  Make energy-efficiency your priority!  Remodeling your home to improve energy-efficiency not only helps the environment, but it also makes your home more comfortable and reduces the strain on your wallet.  Here are a few projects to help make your home more efficient this spring. Renovation Tips: […]

Customer Testimonials

Posted on May 19th, 2015 by Driven Local

  We love hearing feedback from our customers!  Here are a few of the wonderful testimonials we have received from those who have improved their home insulation with us.   By far, the best experience I’ve had with any work I’ve had done on the house. Every person I dealt with was pleasant and seemed […]

What are Spray Foam and Fiberglass Insulation?

Posted on April 17th, 2015 by Driven Local

Home insulation is one of the best ways to improve the energy efficiency of your home – just in time for Earth Day.  However, there are several different types of home insulation.  Depending on your home’s needs and your budget, one type of insulation might be more beneficial for you.  We would like to help […]

This Spring Keep Bugs Out of Your Home with Garage Insulation

Posted on April 13th, 2015 by Driven Local

Are you excited for warmer weather?  As we move into the late spring and summer months, it’s important to keep your home well insulated.  Not only does insulation help lower your energy bills and keep your home more comfortable, it can also keep pests at bay.  Here are a few ways to keep bugs out […]

What Is R-Value and Why Is It Important?

Posted on April 9th, 2015 by Driven Local

Did you know that many older homes have little or no insulation?  According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 80% of homes built before 1980 are not considered well insulated.   If you have an older home, it might be time to consider improving your home insulation to reduce your energy bills and improve the […]

What Type of Insulation is Right for Your Home?

Posted on April 8th, 2015 by Driven Local

April is Earth Month!  There are many ways to make your home more eco-friendly, but one of the best ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency is by making sure it is well insulated.  This helps keep conditioned air inside no matter what the temperature is outside.  Each type of home insulation has it’s own […]

2014 Federal Tax Credit for Your Home

Posted on March 30th, 2015 by Driven Local

Have you filed your taxes yet?  The last day to file is April 15th!  Remember, if you improved your home’s energy-efficiency with insulation last year, you may qualify for federal tax credits! Homeowners who insulated insulation in their home in 2014 can receive tax credits on 10% of the cost, up to $500.  This includes […]

Customer Reviews

Don’t have to use AC
"They worked very efficiently and the crew leader Mike explained to me very clearly about the whole process before the work got started. They did what they say they’d do and I am very happy with them. We are having a third heat wave (90+ *F) in NY and I don't have to use AC as much as the year before."

-Newton, C. Ossining, NY

Immediate Improvement
"We noticed an immediate change in the performance and building envelope. We are much warmer, less drafty and quieter."

-Luke E. Ridgefield, CT