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CIMA Offers Presentations On Saving Energy

It is certainly no secret that energy costs are rising for U.S. households and businesses. While the estimates vary, studies in the past few years have put the average energy cost for the typical household ranging from 10 to as … Continue reading

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CIMA LAUNCHES EXTREME RETROFIT SWEEPSTAKES

The Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association is challenging homeowners to learn more about how to upgrade their insulation with a special promotion on cellulose.org. One lucky contestant will win the prize that keeps on giving heating and cooling energy cost savings … Continue reading

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Weatherizing Homes: Winter of Discontent

The record winter that 2011 is producing across the nation is focusing more people to seriously think about green building and home weatherization. This snowy, icy cold winter comes on the heals of very frigid seasons in 2010. As the … Continue reading

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Carbon Neutral Housing—Meeting Climate Change Challenges

The Cellulose Insulation Manufacturers Association (CIMA) has joined forces with the Engineered Wood Association (APA) to bring forward the next generation of residential construction—Carbon Neutral Housing—with the Carbon Challenge. Carbon emissions continue to be at the forefront of the climate … Continue reading

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How Green is my Building?

The April 20th, 2008 Sunday New York Time Magazine is called “The Low Carbon Catalog” and contains more challenging thoughts to “green issues” than just lowering the thermostat 2 degrees (although that is buried in there as well). The short … Continue reading

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