December 2, 2012

The folks over at Inhabitat recently  released a cool new video that goes through the home energy audit process, and discusses easy fixes for problems like drafty windows and cold rooms.

We think they...

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February 16, 2012

DFI completed a basement insulation retrofit at the Hartfords house in Peru. After removing the R11 fiberglass in the rim joist area, we could see why the basement was cold.

December 12, 2011

I stumbled upon this video & thought it was hilarious.

 

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July 14, 2011

Gap is renewing a campaign begun last spring to encourage people to bring in old jeans to be turned into recycled denim insulation. The campaign, which started last Wednesday and runs through October 20th, goes like this: you bring in some old...

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July 1, 2011

Winter's coming. It's already heating season.  So how do you save money on heating costs? You've got to own your heat. Simple as that. You've paid for all that warm air already, so it doesn't make much sense to waste it now.

June 20, 2011

One of the biggest energy guzzlers in your home (besides, most likely, your thermal envelope, which lets expensive conditioned air escape through air leaks and poorly insulated walls) is the refrigerator. Upgrading it, believe it or not, can save...

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June 11, 2011

On cold winter days, a ray of sun streaming into your house can be most welcome - a free source of heat. But what about in the summer, when those rays of sun and other, less-evident solar heat, seep into our already too-hot houses and become a...

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June 2, 2011

Pending in the Senate is a bill called the Home Star Retrofit Act of 2010, or simply Home Star for short. Sometimes referred to as Cash for Caulkers in street slang, the bill would provide a series of financial incentives for homeowners to...

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May 23, 2011

Winter's coming. It's already heating season. So how do you save money on heating costs? You've got to own your heat. Simple as that. You've paid for all that warm air already, so it doesn't make much sense to waste it now.

A simple enough...

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  • Thank you for allowing me to test the project in Cumberland. For a building of around 7000 Square feet I expected the blower door number to approach 4000 CFM. Because of your excellent foam application and the quality of the builder the blower door reading was only 2400 CFM at 50 Pascals!

    Mark P., Cumberland
  • Thanks to Dixfield Foam Insulation we don't have frozen pipes anymore on those cold nights. They were fast, efficient and very friendly. I would recommend them to anybody!

    January 2, 2017

    Rumford, ME