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Learn These Key Points and Their Benefits:

How to seal your ductwork with duct mastic and where to install ductwork when building, so your new home is the most energy efficient.  Reduce your heating and cooling load 20% just by getting the ductwork out of the attic.  If you are building a slab foundation, I show you where to install the ductwork for greatest efficiency

Geothermal - What is required to efficiently use geothermal energy,  geothermal energy and how it works, and geothermal benefits and requirements.  

How to repair air leaks in your home that, if not repaired, could cause deadly carbon monoxide poisoning, if you have a gas furnace. Did you know that if you close one wrong interior door, you might cause your gas furnace to back draft carbon monoxide into your home?  You and your family are at risk!

How energy-efficient lights and energy-efficient recessed lights can save you money.  Recessed lighting can be one of the biggest energy wasters in your home, because most recessed lights cannot be insulated

How too much attic ventilation can actually INCREASE your utility bill.  Excessive attic ventilation can draw conditioned air out of your home

How to stop air from entering from the outside in both new and existing homes.  Did you know that on the average residential home, 35% of the total heating and cooling load is for outside air infiltration?

How to use geothermal energy – learn the benefits and risks of geothermal,  how a geothermal energy diagram looks, and how a geothermal unit gives you a percentage of your hot water FREE. A geothermal heating and cooling system is four times more efficient than a gas furnace and has twice the life expectancy of the average heating and cooling unit

How cellulose insulation or recycled newspaper is used for noise control, sound-insulation products, and home interior wall sound insulation

Which high-efficiency water heater is guaranteed for life never to leak or rust.  Have you ever had to replace a water heater because it leaked? Many leaking water heaters cause hundreds of dollars in water damage

How existing and old home insulation can improve the energy efficiency of your home

The effectiveness of rolled vs. blown home insulation in residential construction

The myth about R-values of construction materials and comparisons of home insulation 

How  cellulose insulation is roach proof, soundproof, and more fireproof than any other home insulation product.  It also eliminates the need for double insulation and replaces 2 x 4 vs. 2 x 6 construction for energy efficiency

Save money by avoiding unnecessary energy-saving devices for residential air conditioning units.

  

 

 

 




Once you understand the energy saving techniques that I've learned over the past 30 years, you'll see exactly how easy it is to have an energy efficient home.

...And it's not as hard as you might think.  Nothing I teach is new or rocket science.  

Whether you are building a new home or want to have lower utility bills in your existing home, this information applies to you.

Comparison of Home Insulation For Residential Homes

Cellulose insulation usage is increasing all across the nation as a result of consumer education and my nationwide seminars and radio broadcasts. Cellulose insulation is made from recycled newspaper and is an excellent insulation and soundproofing material Cellulose has several advantages including but not limited to:

  • Higher R-values (read my section on R-values)

  • Essentially stops all air infiltration


The three most important factors influencing your heating and cooling bills are

  • Air infiltration

  • Air infiltration

  • Air infiltration

Cellulose fills all cracks, holes, and hard-to-reach areas.  

Without getting too technical, heat is transferred in three ways.

  • Convection - transferred between air molecules

  • Radiation - transferred by electromagnetic waves (sun) 

  • Conduction - transferred through a material particle by particle

Greater density of damp-spay cellulose eliminates almost all convection heat transfer.  My VHS/DVD has a demonstration that shows the convective heat transfer of cellulose and fiberglass insulation.  You can see the superior qualities of cellulose for yourself. 

The demonstration also shows you the comparison of rolled vs. blown home insulation for residential construction.  When using damp-spray blown cellulose insulation, you are able to get a much greater density, which decreases air infiltration.  

Have you ever noticed that an electrician will drill a two-inch hole to pull a half-inch wire?  Every one of these holes is open to the attic for air infiltration. Cellulose insulates around all electrical sockets and plumbing holes.

Benefits of cellulose insulation:

  • Environmentally friendly

    • By using recycled newsprint, we conserve tons of paper that would normally go into landfills, save expensive landfill space, help recycling programs, and preserve millions of trees.

  • Health

    • The Federal Government has classified fiberglass as a probable cancer-causing material.  Anyone that has been around fiberglass insulation knows that it uncomfortable to touch and breathe.  The tiny glass fibers can get into your lungs and cause major health problems.  

    • Cellulose insulation poses no danger. You can roll in it, play in it, install it, and never have the itchy skin that you have with fiberglass.  The tiny glass particles in fiberglass make microscopic cuts on your skin, and that’s why it makes you itch.  Airborne particles of fiberglass can also enter your lungs.
      Quoted directly from the American Lung Association Website
      : "Fiberglass insulation packages display cancer warning labels. These labels are required by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) based on determinations made by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the National Toxicology Program (NTP").

  • Noise control

    • Cellulose is one of the best noise control and sound insulation products.  Cellulose is fantastic for interior home sound insulation and home theater sound insulation.  My DVD shows a convincing demonstration on the sound control of cellulose insulation.

    • Cellulose is treated with borate, a nontoxic chemical that is fire, bug, and mold resistant.

   

As demonstrated in this picture, you can place 4" of cellulose in your hand, put a blowtorch on it, and the insulation does not burn.

As stated by a leading U.S. manufacturer of fiberglass, "cellulose can and does smolder at a temperature above approximately 450F degrees".  Notice that is says "smolder" and not "burns".

 

Click Here To Listen about cellulose insulation

Doug Rye with co- host Ron Sherman

 

When using cellulose insulation, the need for 2x4 vs. 2x6 construction for energy efficiency is minimal.  It is not necessary to have double insulation for home energy efficiency.  It can simply be done with one 2x4 wall.

 

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Myths
of cellulose insulation

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Cellulose insulation causes mold and mildew.
Cellulose insulation is treated with Broic acid which is a mold and mildew inhibitor.  When installed properly, mold and mildew CANNOT grow in cellulose insulation.  As with any building material that is installed while damp (paint, sheetrock mud, etc.),  damp spray cellulose should be allowed to air dry for 24 to 48 hours before covering and should only be damp to the touch when installed.

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Cellulose insulation will settle in the walls.  Any type of loose fill insulation will settle in the walls.  However, when applied correctly, damp spray cellulose insulation WILL NOT settle.  When installed correctly,  a small mist of water and glue are added to the insulation as it is sprayed.

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Cellulose insulation will burn.  The same Boric acid that resists mold and mildew gives cellulose insulation some of its fire resistance properties.  Also the density of cellulose insulation does not allow enough air to sustain a fire.

Click on the picture to the right for proof.

Many of you can relate to this example.  What happens if you throw a old Sears or JC Penny's catalogue in the fire?  It won't burn.  Why?  Because it can't get enough air.


Order today and discover other myths of R-values,
how they are determined, and what they mean.

 

 

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Why do I go to such great lengths? 

Even though I’ve been in the energy business for thirty years, and I’ve been on national radio broadcasts for 15 years, I want you to feel absolutely certain there’s no way you can "get taken."  I’m a respected national consultant, and my professional reputation is on the line. 

Order my 30 years’ worth of experience today. If my home-energy saving guidelines do not save you money, and if you somehow fail to recoup your small investment, return the product for an immediate 100% refund of your purchase price.  I make this promise because I know for a fact that home-energy improvements don't cost you money.  They make you money. 

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Bonus #1 Learn a Simple Energy-Saving Framing Technique For New Construction 

In most homes, corners and T's (where an interior wall meets an exterior wall) have a 1-1/2" space the height of the wall that is not insulated.  

If you add up all the corners and T's in your home, you will have an area about the size of a window that is not insulated and that allows air to come in fro the outside, every day of the year. 

The uninsulated space allows air infiltration.  Many of you may have experienced moisture or mold problems in the corners of your home.  In the winter, when warm air in your home comes in contact with the colder outside air, mold and mildew can form.   

When I consult with you on your new home construction, and on my DVD and videotape, I show you a simple framing technique that allows insulating these areas.  The technique does not alter the structural stability of your home.   

 
Bonus #2         Energy E-book #1 ($20)

"The Most Complete Energy Efficient Appliance Guide
You'll Find -- Anywhere"

The Energy Efficient Appliance Guide covers topics such as:
  • A guide to making energy-smart purchases - If you feel that energy bills are taking a big chunk of change out of your pocket, you are not alone. Americans spend more than $115 billion each year on fuel and electricity for their homes. On the average, heating and cooling (space conditioning) account for about 45% of the energy a home uses. Water heating consumes about 14%, and appliances and other sources consume about 41%. Though energy use varies among homes, there are many ways to lower your energy bills.  
  • Energy standards for residential appliances
     
    • Air Conditioners - Central Air and Heat Pumps
    • Air Conditioners – Room
    • Clothes Dryers
    • Clothes Washers
    • Heating Equipment - Furnaces and Boilers
    • Kitchen Ranges and Ovens
    • Lamps – Fluorescent
    • Lamp (Fluorescent) Ballasts
    • Lamps - Incandescent Reflector
    • Pool Heaters
    • Refrigerators/Refrigerator-Freezers/Freezers
    • Showerheads and Faucets
    • Water Closets and Urinals
    • Water Heaters
  • Financing an energy efficient home - You can apply for energy-efficient financing through a government-insured or conventional loan program.
 
Bonus #3        Energy E-book #2 ($20)

"The Complete Guide to Geothermal Energy and it's uses"

This geothermal guide covers topics such as:
  • Geothermal Basics- Heat from the Earth, or geothermal — Geo (Earth) + thermal (heat) — energy can be and already is accessed by drilling holes in the ground and inserting pipes. Geothermal energy is an enormous, underused heat and power resource that is clean (emits little or no greenhouse gases), reliable (average system availability of 95%), and homegrown (making us less dependent on foreign oil).

  • Types of geothermal power plants

  • The history of geothermal in the United States - 1800 to Present

  • The future of geothermal

  • Geothermal FAQ's

  • Geothermal heat pumps (GHP) - The geothermal heat pump, also known as the ground source heat pump, is a highly efficient renewable energy technology that is gaining wide acceptance for both residential and commercial buildings. Geothermal heat pumps are used for space heating and cooling, as well as water heating. Its great advantage is that it works by concentrating naturally existing heat, rather than by producing heat through combustion of fossil fuels.

  • Environmental impacts

  • Reliability and maintenance

  • Residential Savings

Bonus #4          Energy E-book #4 ($20)

"The Comprehensive Wind and Hydropower Energy Guide"

Wind Energy Basics

  • How wind turbines work

  • Advantages and disadvantages of its use

  • Wind energy use throughout history

  • U.S. wind energy resource potential

  • Current research and development

  • Home Wind System Basics

Hydropower Energy Basics

  • How hydropower works

  • Advantages and disadvantages of its use

  • Hydropower use throughout history

  • U.S. hydropower resource potential

Bonus #5          Energy E-book #5 ($20)

"A Solar Energy Guide"

Solar Energy Basics - Sunlight - solar energy - can be used to generate electricity, provide hot water, and to heat, cool, and light buildings. Photovoltaic (solar cell) systems convert sunlight directly into electricity. Solar water heating systems for buildings have two main parts: a solar collector and a storage tank.

Solar Water Heating - One of the most cost effective ways to incorporate renewable technologies into a building is by incorporating solar hot water. A typical system will reduce the need for conventional water heating by about two-thirds, minimizing the expense of electricity or fossil fuel to heat the water and reducing the associated environmental impacts.

  • Active Systems

  • Passive Systems

  • Swimming Pools

Solar Heating Basics

  • Passive Solar

  • Active Solar

  • Solar Collector Types

Solar Energy FAQs

 

 
Bonus #6          2 Mini Energy E-books #6 ($20)

"45 Ways to Make Save Energy In Your Apartment "
& "Improving the Efficiency of Your Duct System"

45 Ways to Make Save Energy In Your Apartment
  • Temperature Control

  • Hot Water

  • Kitchen Stove

  • Refrigerator

  • Dish Washer

  • Washing Machine and Dryer

  • Window Air Conditioner

Improving the Efficiency of Your Duct System

 

 

 

Discover how you can save hundreds of dollars per year by using a geothermal heat pump and energy efficient appliances.  

Both of these super bonuses are jam-packed with information on home energy efficiency.  These e-books will be a great compliment to my VHS/DVD as they explain home energy usage in greater detail.

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OK. Here's what I'm going to do for you.

I could easily charge over $100 for the VHS/DVD, 6 bonuses, and consulting fee. I would still receive orders and make more money.  However, my goal is to teach everyone I can about energy efficiency.

Honestly, God has truly blessed me and I make a living traveling across the United States hosting energy saving seminars.

Whether you place your order today or not, it won't make a difference in my financial future.  However, it can make a BIG difference in the comfort, safety, and utility costs of you home.  You owe to you and your family to order today.

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You can easily save hundreds of dollars a year for a mere $37 investment , what most people spend on a tank of gas. Any ONE of my home energy-saving tips will pay for the videotape or DVD, or you can return it for a 100% refund.

A $37 investment is minimal, when you realize you may be wasting $500 a year through leaky ductwork, $200 a year from air infiltration, $200 a year on oversized equipment, and $150 more on your water heater.  Could you use an extra thousand dollars a year? Would you pay a one-time $37 fee to save thousands of dollars each year? 

My energy-saving techniques will save you money.  There’s absolutely NO RISK on your part. Nothing I teach is experimental, and I have proven it thousands of times all across the continental U.S. You can return the video for a 100% refund if you are not completely satisfied.  

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I look forward to hearing from you.  Even though I get large amounts of mail and e-mail, I love hearing from my clients. Please let me know how much money you saved on your utility bills. 
If you have any questions, contact me at 501-653-7931 8:00-4:30 M-F (CST).  Be sure to mention that you saw my Web site. 

Sincerely,



 

P.S.  Remember, I guarantee that my energy-saving tips will save you money, or I'll give you as an individual a 110% refund.  

P.P.S. Would you like a written guarantee that you will save money on your heating, cooling, and hot water bills on your new house?  Simply send me your plans, and for an Internet special of 13 cents a square foot (normally 15 cents), I will size your heating and cooling system and give you a written guarantee that your heating and cooling costs will not exceed a guaranteed average per month if you build your house exactly as I instruct you to.  You will save $40 off my usual consultant fee for a 2,000-square-foot house.  You can easily make the money back in the first month from lowered utility bills. I have sized systems for hundreds of customers and never had a single complaint.  Ninety percent of homes in America today have oversized heating and cooling systems. This results in higher utility bills, higher initial costs, humidity problems, and decreased equipment life. If you have any questions, contact me at 501-653-7931 8:00-4:30 M-F (CST).  

 P.P.P.S.  If still aren't convinced that you will at least make back your $37 investment with my techniques, I am going to give you one of the following energy saving tips from my VHS/DVD.

Existing Homes:
The only place that most water heaters are not insulated is on the bottom.  Every day of the year you are heating your floor.  Your floor doesn't need heating.  Install a 1" piece of foam insulation board under your electric water heater.  While you're at it, install a water-heater wrap and save even more money each month.  Both of these combined cost $10 to $15 and save you $2 to $3 every month.  In a worst-case scenario it will take you seven months to recoup your costs, and thereafter this energy improvement MAKES you money every month. Adding this little bit of insulation is something EVERYONE can and should do. 


New Homes:
Where is the hottest place in your house in the summer? 
Answer: The attic.  Where I live, the attics are about 120F degrees in the summer.
Where is the coldest place in you house in the winter? 
Answer:  The attic. 
Where is the one place you should NEVER put your ductwork? 
Answer: The attic. 
Where is the ductwork put in most of the new house construction? 
Answer:  You guessed it.  The attic. 
Your front yard is cooler in summer and warmer in winter than your attic! Why not put it in your front yard?  It’s cooler out there.  Let me show you where to put your ductwork that will save you money in energy bills every month.

Order my DVD today and start saving money! 


 

 

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