Just as Ecotelligent Homes has evolved over the years to meet our customers’ needs, so has our blog.  We strive to share relevant building science and energy efficiency information along with fun tips and community news.  We have included all of our archives here, just in case you want to walk down memory lane for some energy conservation tips or are looking for an oldie but a goody case study (we hope you get a kick out of them).

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Celebrating Love & Loyalty! We're loyal to our customers and and appreciate how loyal our customers are to us in return! Since February is the month of love and loyalty, we want to show you how much we appreciate your loyalty to us!
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Metro Detroit homes can have several different types of attics. Bungalow style attics in Royal Oak, walk up attics in Dearborn, conventional attics in West Bloomfield colonial homes or standard attics of ranch style homes in Farmington Hills.
Kick off 2017 with a clean slate provided by Ecotelligent Homes of Farmington Hills, MI
The New Year is the perfect time to refresh, reset, and start with a clean slate! This notion may spark thoughts of personal or professional goals, but how often does it make you think of your home (especially the parts you cannot see, like blown insulation and duct sealing)?
Photo of compressed attic insulation taken by Amanda Godward at Ecotelligent Homes
Can’t I Just Add Insulation On Top of My Existing Attic Insulation? If you are considering adding insulation to your attic, chances are you are experiencing some comfort concerns. Maybe your daughter's bedroom is freezing cold in the winter or your master bedroom is too hot in the summer.
The Gift of Gratitude: As 2016 comes to a close, we'd like to take a moment to reflect on the year.
November is upon us, which means many of you will soon be taking on the task of hosting Thanksgiving!
Baffles are a critical component to our attic insulation process that provides multiple benefits to a difficult construction aspect. Baffles are foam, plastic, or cardboard chutes that, when installed properly, can provide a channel for air to flow from your exterior soffit vents up into your attic space.
As you begin to make the switch from shorts to sweaters, flip flops to flannel, and tanks to turtlenecks, you're going to want to start thinking about getting your home winter ready as well. Cold rooms, high energy bills, drafty areas, and uneven temperatures often go hand-in-hand with cooler temperatures. Is your home as winter ready as your wardrobe?
Is your home making you sick?
If you feel like you're always under the weather, it may actually be your home that's making you sick. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the air you breathe indoors is 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air!
Improve Indoor Air Quality with Proper Air Sealing and Ventilation
If you feel like you’re always under the weather it may actually be your home that’s making you sick. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the air you breathe indoors is 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Indoor air quality is imperative to your health and maintaining a balance between air sealing and ventilation is the key to improving indoor air quality, health and well-being at home.


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