Rustin Ledford
  • Peoria, IL
  • United States
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"Well, because the builder was cutting costs. Unfortunately we can't always insulate the best way when the builder is unwilling to pay the extra cost."
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"? Explain why FG insulation?"
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Learn about community- and utility-run programs that reduce utility bills using measures that are proven to give lots of bang for little bucks. What have we learned years after the first wave of give-away programs and direct installs? Speakers from Springfield City Water Light and Power in Illinois and the City of Boulder, Colorado in an informal 1-hour webinar. Emphasis on Plains region communities, but all are welcome. Sign up at…See More
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Company
Home Comfort Insulation Inc.
Professional Certification
BPI Building Analyst and Building Envelope
Professional Interests
Saving people money on energy costs.
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http://www.homecomfortinsulation.com
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HomeComfortIL
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