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EverGreen Home Energy Consultants, Inc.
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Todd from EverGreen has an article in the current InterBusiness Issues on home energy audits! The current issue focuses on clean energy and has other great articles from local energy professionals. Check it out:

http://www.peoriamagazines.com/ibi/2016/oct/home-energy-audits?utm_source=phplist542&utm_medium=email&utm_content=HTML&utm_campaign=iBi+Focus+on+Energy%2C+AMT+PulsePoint%2C+Chamber+nominations+%26+more...
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Check out a recent Journal Star article from central Illinois companies making progress with solar installations.
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Today, EverGreen celebrates 5 years of serving central Illinois homeowners and contractors!  Here's to another 5! 
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2016-07-19
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70% REDUCTION!! These are the results from a recent house (built in 1956) that went through and energy audit and did some strategic upgrades through an insulation contractor. The blower door test was performed before and after the project to confirm the results. A 70% reduction in air leakage is going to help this homeowner lower utility bills and feel more comfortable in the home!
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2016-07-06
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Tools of the trade: The blower door test. Energy auditors use this to determine how leaky - or how tight - a building is constructed. It is also used to locate drafts around the house. Windows and doors are common leaks, but what about the recessed lights, attic doors, or plumbing stacks? There are SURPRISES in every house, and no 2 houses are exactly alike. The results of the blower door test are used to develop a cost effective strategy to improve the efficiency of the house. What's YOUR blower door number? Call us to find out.
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2016-06-30
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This is an image taken with a thermal imaging camera in the winter. While the cold wall cavity looks like an exterior wall with no insulation, it is actually an interior wall that is wide open to the attic. You can bet this is a problem for both the cold winter and the hot summer.
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Want to win a FREE programmable thermostat?  Stop by our booth today at the Earth Day Festival at Forest Park Nature and register to win!  It's that simple!
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With apologies, today's event "The Truth About Energy Efficiency" at the Pekin Library has been cancelled due to illness.
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