We'll first assess your project if we can help, we will. If we can't solve your problem, we won't try to sell you something you don't need. Sometimes that means we recommend a different solution.
By selling factory direct and keeping our overhead low, we provide you with the lowest price for the best quality.
Our midwestern values guide how we do things precise and with an eye for quality.
We believe that listening to you is more important than anything we can tell you. If you want some salesman to talk at you, we're probably not the right guys. If you want someone who will listen to your needs and take the time to give honest answers, give us a call. But we'll be honest and tell you if it's not broke, don't fix it.
Jim is ventilation certified and experienced in construction techniques. Our crews are the best at what we do.
This is Jim.
He's the owner of Energy Masters. He's the guy who will stop by your house.
Q: I noticed this morning, during the moderately heavy rain we had, that the rain was falling over the gutter (north side of the house, over my porch/sidewalk) in sheets. The ground below quickly became a little lake. What would cause that? Are there more “design issues” on the front that need to be attended to?… Continue readingPosted in Customer Questions and Answers, Gutters, Water Hydrology
I often hear, glass block “vents give you great air flow”, or so my customers tell me that “Joe” down the street told them. Now I’ll be honest — if you want vents, I will sell them to you, but not because you need them and as long as we’re being honest, not because they’re… Continue readingPosted in Glass Block
Sometimes it’s just not realistic to expect that you’ll be able to ventilate your attic space or your roof decking — especially if you have an area in the upstairs of your home with slanted ceilings. Chances are that there are no vent chutes in the cavity between your roof decking and your drywall. More… Continue readingPosted in Customer Questions and Answers