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What You'll Get
Before attics were insulated from extreme temperatures, ghosts had no choice but to crash on the couches of their hauntees, leading to tense movie-night screenings of Ghostbusters. Keep even uninvited houseguests cozy with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get a home energy efficiency package from Absolute Landscape Construction (a $540 value). The package includes:
- Installation of up to 300 square feet of blown-in attic insulation
- Home energy efficiency consultation<p>
Trained by Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN) as an energy evaluator, Absolute Landscape Construction’s Mark Demers deftly enhances the eco-friendliness of homes with energy-preserving services. Mark sashays up to attics to install up to 300 square feet of blown-in insulation, preventing blustery winds from entering while keeping heat and lurking Brontë characters from escaping. Newly weatherproofed garrets can entitle homesteaders to government rebates and slim down energy usage by an average of 50 gigajoules per year, which has the potential to yield approximately $300 in savings per year. Once top-most chambers have been safeguarded against wintry temperatures, a home energy efficiency consultation enables the savvy technician to pinpoint energy-leaking trouble zones around the house. As a Building Investigations Thermographer certified by the Infrared Training Center (ITC), Mark employs a thermal-imaging camera to track the migratory patterns of heat throughout domiciles, hoping to catch them at their most photogenic.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 20, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for single-unit buildings. Not valid for condominiums or apartments. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Absolute Landscape Construction
Mark Demers, owner of Absolute Landscape Construction, first entered the landscaping-and-construction industry as a novice craftsman in 1999. After three years of observing his experienced coworkers and acquiring knowledge of development and engineering, Mark opened his own business. A few years later, he supervised the development of a 21-acre city park, including construction, irrigation, planting, and duck training. Today, he draws on more than a decade of experience as he and his meticulous technicians prune lawns, insulate attics, and renovate homes.