A Toast to 2017

A Toast to a Good Year Ahead for Energy Efficiency

As the new year begins, we expect 2017 will bring increased investments in energy efficiency and other efforts to save energy.
The energy efficiency investment picture indicates that savings will continue to grow. Spending on energy-efficient goods and services as well as employment in energy efficiency jobs has increased in recent years, and these trends will likely continue. The International Energy Agency estimates that energy efficiency spending increased about 6% from 2014 to 2015, with 2015 spending totaling about $221 […]


2016 Manufacturing Business of the Year Finalist

Just last week, the Dayton Business Journal (DBJ) announced Aeroseal as a winner of the “2016 Manufacturing Business of the Year Finalist” award.
This honor also recognizes Aeroseal as an overall 2016 Business of the Year finalist. The entire Aeroseal team and dealer network should be very proud of the progress, dedication, and hard work necessary to achieve this special recognition.
Read the DBJ press release here.


15 Years of Discomfort Fixed In One Afternoon

Winters can get pretty cold in Allison Park, Pennsylvania, and they just seem to be getting colder. With average temperatures hovering around 21 degrees, February 2015 went down in the record books as one of the coldest that this northern Pittsburgh suburb has experienced in the last 140 years.
For Erik B., it was one too many cold winter nights that got him researching for the latest information on home performance and eventually solving a problem that plagued his family […]


ENERGY STAR Shines on Duct Sealing

It sure is nice when government regulations and federal programs actually help you make money. That’s why we’re so excited about the latest announcement coming out of Washington regarding the Federal Government’s new ENERGY STAR program.
Ever since the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency launched ENERGY STAR back in 1992, it has focused almost exclusively on products. As a result, the ENERGY STAR label is well recognized by consumers as a guarantee of smart, energy efficiency. […]


Consumers Want Energy Efficiency, But What Will They Do About It?

From how we make calls to how we track our health, technology has changed our lives completely in the last 30 years. At home, advancements in technology have helped make our homes more efficient. The average home in the U.S. now uses roughly 40% less energy overall than it did in 1970.
Despite this increase in efficiency, research at The Demand Institute reveals that consumers still view home energy efficiency as their top unmet need—spanning all ages and locations. A […]