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Empowering People to Live in Healthier and More Affordable Homes, Forever
Making your home energy efficient is a great first step. It is also a necessary step before considering renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind. Becoming energy "lean and mean" can also help you stay in your home longer.
Most important to you and your family is to make, and keep, your home safe and healthy. There are many things that can cause your indoor environment to become unbalanced. This includes the modifications that may be made to make your home energy efficient. It is critical that your project be managed by someone who knows how to check your house for contaminants before and after improvements to be sure it is left in a safe and healthy condition. Learn more ...
Free Whitepaper - Safe Air at Home: A Case Study
The National Healthy Homes Conference in Denver was fantastic! The Exhibitor's booths were full of free and excellent educational materials; networking gatherings were plentiful; and the conference organizers arranged for good and fun snacks! For us, the conference was a huge success.
My role this year was to present a session called Aging in Place: Links between Energy, Housing, Health, and Safety as we Age. The primary purpose of my session was to share case studies about the impact of unbalanced room pressures on health and safety with the audience. For more information, download this resource now
The Pure Energy Center's Women's Energy Auditing Course Rescheduled
As in many places in the U.S., Montana has had a rough spring! In late May a large storm system sat on top of the region dumping more than 6 inches of rain in a week - in an area that typically gets less than 12 inches of precipitation annually. The ground became saturated, streams and rivers swelled, and nearby towns such as Roundup flooded.
Chief Coach and Pure Energy Coach President, A. Tamasin Sterner said, "The women's course is way too important to cancel! We will hold the course in October. This part of Montana in October is beautiful, and the women who take this course will have a wonderful time at The Pure Energy Center". Learn more ...
|Updated Whitepaper - Air Sealing and Insulating Using Rigid or Spray Foam Products|
When some building and retrofit materials burn, they can release potent fumes that can make people ill. That is one reason codes require ignition or thermal barriers over some products and in some building locations and applications. These barriers protect people in the case of a fire.
For the latest information on safe and proper use of rigid and spray foam products, download our updated whitepaper and related resources.