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Home Energy Specialist/Company

darwyn | Posted in Energy Efficiency and Durability on

Does anyone know if there is a home energy specialist located in the Lansing Michigan area?
We are trying to make our house with a gambrel roof and HVAC ducts in the attic more energy efficient as well as eliminate ice dams.
We have been working with a few contractors as well as architects but there is quit a range of fixes suggested. 
Any help would be greatly appreciated. 
I have also attached proposed plan sheets but we were told that because the new walls were going to be placed onto 2×10 cantilevered floor joist, it would not handle the load.
We were proposing to do everything from the outside.  All interior walls, ceiling and existing rafters were going to stay. 
Because we are now leaving the house roof line as is, we want to do what we can to do it right and correct the problems we are having.
SORRY FOR ATTACHING THE WRONG FILE.

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  1. pdgessler | | #1

    I'm guessing you didn't intend this, but when I try to open your attachment, I'm seeing a lawnmower parts catalog instead of a set of house plans. :-) Is anyone else seeing that too, or is this a "me problem"?

    1. exeric | | #2

      I see the same thing. On the positive side the Toro 22" recycler is a very nice lawnmower. I have the battery version of that model. Couldn't resist.

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