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@Easy access showers Glad you liked the article. There are so many new ideas in bathroom accessories. One I really like is the hands free faucets. We'll follow up this article with more trends in bathroom accessories!
3 weeks, 1 day ago on Bathroom remodeling ideas that add style and space
Glad you enjoyed the article. Thanks for commenting!
3 weeks, 1 day ago on Make Your Own DIY Flower-Inspired Home Decoration
Really interesting & informative! Thanks for sharing.
1 month ago on The Sunday Share – Creating Super Sticky Content
I agree @Maude Ginyard and @meganbro . I LOVE this house! I can't wait to have a customer call and just say "do it!".
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Open Walls Widen Home Possibilities
Great tips @Pressure Washer India . Thanks for sharing.
3 months ago on Winterize your home in a weekend
Thanks for the comment @chad2012 . Glad you liked the article :)
3 months ago on Add tasty edible plants to your landscape
Thanks for sharing Sarah. Glad you found the article helpful :)
5 months, 1 week ago on Four steps to a more beautiful bathroom
Thanks for the comment Tony. Completely agree!
5 months, 3 weeks ago on Four steps to a more beautiful bathroom
Thanks for the comment @www.tpknotweed.com . Appreciate it!
6 months, 1 week ago on Give grass a fresh start this spring
Glad you found the info helpful @kitchen extensions London . We were happy to share Brian's article with everyone. Very informative!
6 months, 1 week ago on Home Renovation: The Various Dangers
Thanks for the comment @bradc44 ! Happy to hear you offer the same tips. They really do help homeowners save money and they're pretty easy little projects :)
6 months, 1 week ago on Winterize your home in a weekend
Great question @KaimillaBrown . The clear winner is a whole house fan. Here's a summary of the differences and the weaknesses/benefits of the two:
"I've read that the current thinking on attic fans is that they simply pull the cold, air-conditioned air out of the house through gaps in the ceiling. And you pay for the electricity to for it to do that."
Only if there is not enough air flow INTO the attic. The typical passive ventilation area is NOT designed to operate with a fan.
If there is not enough air flow into the attic from outside the fan CAN depressurize the attic and pull conditioned air from the house.
"They are to be used when the outside temperature is lower than inside. They work by pulling in cool air through doors or windows and pushing up and out the warmer air inside through your attic ventilation."
That is a whole house fan, NOT an attic vent fan.
Attic vent fans attempt to pull outside air into the attic and remove the superheated air in the attic. Since the heat gain across the ceiling into the interior is directly driven by temperature difference (delta T), keeping the attic at a lower outside temperature than solar loading on the roof heats the attic to is worthwhile.
The biggest weakness is usually inadequate air flow into the attic from undersized soffit vents. They are often sized for passive air circulation, not for use with a fan.
Whole house fans Quiet Cool Fans Can Cut Your AC Cost 50%-90% Our whole house fans draw cooler outside air in through your open windows which lowers the room temperature by as much as 10 to 20 degrees.
Your open windows serve as intake vents, which allow you to control the air flow by selecting how many or which windows you open. Moving air, blowing through the whole house cools the occupants. The cooling breeze can lower the skin temperature by 5 to 10 degrees F. The fresh, cooler air, after passing through the living space, is forced into the attic which pushes the hot attic air out through the attic vents. This can lower the attic air temperature by as much as 40 degrees F.
Hope that helps you in making a decision. Thanks for the comment :)
6 months, 1 week ago on Fans in the Attic: Do They Help or Do They Hurt?
Thanks for the comments everyone! Sorry for not getting back sooner but my assistant had to take a leave of absence.
6 months, 2 weeks ago on 2012 outdoor living trends can easily update your patio or deck
Thanks for the comments! Really appreciate it!
7 months ago on Roofing
@chad2012 They're saying 5 years or so. We'll see. I agree, great idea!
9 months, 1 week ago on Transparent solar cells let windows generate electricity
@evalewis Glad you found the post helpful! That's exciting to remodel your bathroom! We love doing bathroom remodels because there's so much you can do with them now. Thanks for the comment.
10 months ago on Steamy and water smart: New ideas for your bathroom remodel
@helenaryan90 Thank you! Not sure where you live but here in NY it's been brutal hot. Thanks for your tips. Yes, hydration is so important in this heat.
10 months, 1 week ago on Simple tips to stay safe from the sun while outdoors
@tom.kinley.tom You're welcome Tom. Glad to help. Thanks for comment!
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Big design ideas for small kitchen spaces
@Dhara Mistry Hey Dhara, congrats on your new home! Did you see any pillows at IKEA that you liked? I also love Pier1 for decorating! Nothing beats fresh herbs from your own garden when you're cooking. The flavor is so much better! Good luck with your gardening. I do like Livefyre, thanks. Thanks for offering assistance if we need it :)
1 year ago on 2012 outdoor living trends can easily update your patio or deck