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Energy Efficiency

All new construction homes in Indiana must comply with Indiana Energy Code Chapter 11 - Energy Efficiency. Adopted in 2020, the code sets energy efficiency standards for insulation, air-tightness, and whole-house ventilation in residential construction, with the ultimate goal of improving energy usage and occupant...

Energy Star is a nationwide standard that measures energy efficiency. More than 12 different types of commercial buildings are eligible for Energy Star certification, and achieving certification means your building is among the 25% most energy efficient of its kind. To be Energy Star certified, commercial...

Energy Star is a nationally-recognized program that promotes energy efficiency. It’s run by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy, and it serves as an unbiased source to help businesses and consumers make environmentally-conscious decisions. As part of the program, commercial buildings...

Energy efficient commercial buildings come with a lot of positives for building owners. They reduce CO2 emissions and save money on energy bills. They’re easier to maintain and they’re more comfortable for occupants. Plus, energy efficient buildings qualify for benefits like 179D tax deductions. Designing new...

Business energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important for commercial building owners. You probably know that implementing energy improvements is good for the planet — but that’s not the only benefit. It also has the power to reduce utility bills and improve your building’s comfort. As most...

Owning and maintaining commercial real estate is costly. Whether it’s an office building, retail space, or something else, it’s your responsibility as a building owner to ensure it remains comfortable, safe, and up to code. And all too often, those responsibilities equate to high commercial...

More than 1 in 10 homes in the United States have a crawl space: a small area under the house that separates it from the ground. Most crawl spaces are vented, which means that air exchanges freely with the outside. Ductwork, water pipes, gas lines,...

Technology moves at lightning speed. Smartphones are getting faster and more powerful every year, and the technology going into your home is no different. These days, you can connect to your lights, locks, and TV from anywhere — and that’s just the beginning. New construction homes...

Air ventilation is an important element of every building design. It’s the controlled exchange of fresh outdoor air and stale indoor air to reduce moisture and odors while keeping occupants comfortable inside. Your building’s HVAC system and vent fans regulate this exchange — but when...