How to Have an Energy Efficient Home in 2017

Winter has arrived in the Bay Area with a ferocity not seen in years around these (formerly) drought-stricken parts. The combination of cold weather and lots of rain drives a lot of new inquiries to our business, as drafty and leaky windows become obvious problems during storms. In the grander scheme of things, the changing

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Smart phones, smart cars and now smart windows. Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California have developed a new material, called nanocrystals, to make ordinary windows smarter. Smart windows are more energy-efficient than its counterparts as the nanocrystals fused into the glass can transform the composition of the sunlight, such

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