This just in!! Cozy Home Performance ranks #1 out of 83 contractors for the Mass Save program.
Did you know that Cozy Home Performance, LLC is a Mass Save Contractor? Schedule your FREE Home Energy Assessment with Mass Save today. Then contact us to review and schedule the work.
In 2015, the Mass Save program gave Cozy Home Performance, LLC a contractor score of 98.5% which ranked us #2 out of 84 contractors.
Adding insulation to your home can reduce energy bills - saving you money. Be sure to take advantage of the 2016 Federal Tax Credit.
A rewarding collaboration is emerging between Transformation, Inc, a net-zero energy community builder, and Cozy Home Performance, LLC. A few months ago Transformations contacted CHP to discuss the opportunity to work with them on their net-zero energy home building projects in Easthampton and Northampton. CHP was sought out because of their tremendous building envelope installation practices and, specifically, for attention to the integrity of the air barrier.
The new codes are rigorous and require careful construction practices in order to be code compliant. And, with some of the most stringent specs being the building envelope insulation and air barrier controls, the need to pay attention to the details and pass the thermal boundary inspections becomes critical.
Mass Save Deep Energy Retrofit Builder Guide By Betsy Pettit, FAIA, Ken Neuhauser, Cathy Gates Created: 2013/07/19 The purpose of this guide is to provide useful examples of high performance retrofit techniques for the building enclosure of wood frame residential construction in a cold and somewhat wet climate. The examples demonstrate effective management of liquid water (rain and ground water), airflow, water [...]
Cozy Home specializes in the design, install and testing of code compliant and high performance building enclosures. We are experienced with energy conservation codes and stretch town codes and can help builders, architects and contractors successfully transition and achieve the new IECC 2012 standards. The new code will be in full force beginning January, 2014. [...]
EASTHAMPTON – The City Council wanted to wait for final documents before considering aneasement agreement between the city and Pleasant Street mill property owners. The council has set a Sept. 4 public hearing on the agreement that will require a two-thirds vote of the council to be approved. City attorney John H. Fitz-Gibbon said there was some [...]
HERS Rating stands for Home Energy Rating System. This system uses highly developed software to compare the projected energy use of planned and actual homes with standard reference homes.Projected ratings give owners and builders an estimate of what a home’s efficiency will be like after construction or improvements, so that they may determine the [...]