Spring (Cabin) Fever

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Enjoying Spring in Quarantine Spring is a little different this year. While we’re practicing social distancing, a lot of time will be spent indoors instead of being outside with the beautiful Colorado weather. But as the trees and flowers continue to blossom, so can our …

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The “Indoor Generation”

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Imagine yourself as a plant. Pick your favorite spot outside. It could be your back-yard, a special fishing spot, or out on Grandma & Grandpa’s farm back home. Wherever you feel happiest outdoors, plant yourself there. Imagine the sun shining down on your bright green …

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Is My Home Bad For My Health?

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The short answer is yes. With an increased focus on our health these days, we thought it’d be a good idea to shed some light on the risks the average household carries that most of us aren’t aware of. But fear not! We have solutions…

Indoor Air Pollutants

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The air inside your home contains pollutants from everyday activities. People and their activities: cooking, bathing, cleaning. Volatile organic compounds:..

Freshening Stuffy Rooms

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If there’s one room in the house that cries out for fresh air, it’s the kitchen. And if there’s a second room that can benefit from Mother Nature’s sweet breath, it’s the bathroom. When humidity and odors build up in a room, a host of disagreeable results arises, from mold and mildew to dank, unpleasant air.

Green Skylights

Natural daylighting is a source of energy Natural lighting is the single biggest attraction of installing skylights, with benefits that far exceed lower utility bills. Well-lit homes provide homeowners with healthier, more enjoyable, and more attractive living spaces.David Johnston David Johnston David Johnston is the …

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