Willmar Electric Service

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Finding the right contractors for something as important as roofing and siding can be really daunting. It's hard to know who to trust with such a big house project. When we met with Bob from Trinity Exteriors, we knew we'd found the right place. Everything was explained in detail, from the materials... more

Anyone know about good windows that reflect heat and energy efficent on electric bills? Did check on NT but think they may be cheap windows need a Pro ?
Feb 27, 2018
Windows that have a .28 u factor or. Slightly lower, if installed correctly sealing the perimeter with foam are generally adequate for most homes. They will have low -e and argon normally in the csvit ... read more
Spray foam attic ceiling to make it a conditioned space

Tom Schiebout of Tomco Company PRO answered:

Feb 9, 2016
Christofer, There is a lot written about your particular condition. What I would do would be to install a spray polyurethane insulation (closed cell insulation) into the attic ceiling and down to and ... read more
Last edited Feb 9, 2016 11:42am

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