Category: Indoor Air Quality

July 7, 2022

Are Solar Panels Right For Me? Bob Bird Bird Family Insulation In 1976, as a senior in high school, I won a nation-wide competition for a white paper I wrote entitled “Ecology in America”….

December 31, 2020

A kneewall is a wall that is finished on one side (sheetrock & paint) that faces conditioned space, while the opposite side is un-finished and faces unconditioned space (attic, crawlspace, etc). If you have…

May 8, 2018

It’s early May, and dew points are rising. It won’t be long before each morning, everything outside will be covered with southern dew! You’re battling the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics. I always tell our clients,…

August 15, 2017

During the hot, humid summer months, dryer air is far more comfortable inside your home, than the heavy, humid air. When your AC runs, it removes moisture from your home. But what about those…

January 1, 2016

With Atlanta’s mild temperatures and rainy days, many of us are combating elevated levels of humidity inside our homes. When levels get above 50% relative humidity inside our homes, we begin to feel uncomfortable….