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Wishing you a warm and joyous holiday season!
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Wishing you a warm and joyous holiday season!
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Our December Newsletter is filled with great news and warm winter thoughts, check it out here.
http://ow.ly/GizPJ

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DTE Energy did a quality check on a recent project and said we did great work and "Ecotelligent Homes is top in the profession." Thanks for the great feedback DTE Energy! http://ow.ly/GbwbD

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 Stay up to date on the Greater Farmington Community's participation in the Georgetown University Energy Prize by signing up for their newsletter here. http://ow.ly/FiTqB

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A recent client in Ann Arbor had 3,000 sqft of drafts and uncomfortable spaces. Ecotelligent Homes' professional installers were able to eliminate 43% of their drafts improving their comfort while saving energy and money. See other examples of our work here. http://ow.ly/FiTdO

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In the winter, you can typically feel air coming into your home from a window or electrical outlet but the largest source of energy loss can be your attic or basement. These areas should be attacked first when deciding to insulate your home. http://ow.ly/FiRYl

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In keeping with the warm winter jacket theme we would like to give a shout out to a fell Crain's award winner who is doing awesome things with winter jackets in the D! http://ow.ly/FiRDq

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Spray foam is like a warm winter jacket for your home because it is both a thermal barrier and an air barrier. Typical fiberglass insulation is only a thermal barrier, like a thick wool sweater which can keep you warm but doesn't keep out the cold wind. Get a warm winter jacket for your home with Ecotelligent Homes. http://ow.ly/FiRmb

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Water back up from ice dams can cause peeling paint, warped floors, stained and sagging ceilings as well as soggy insulation in the attic which loses R-Value and becomes a mold and mildew problem. http://ow.ly/FiQr8
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