Home with a beautiful deck overlooking

In my last article, I talked about a home energy audit and a hot tub on the back deck. Remember, this is a manufactured home with a beautiful deck overlooking a babbling mountain stream. Neighboring villages are recyclers; at least I think they can call themselves that.

Personally, I think I’d call them a more descriptive term, like recycler of a shamefully polluted landfill. Someone has to clean up this mess one day, and I’m sure people (companies) won’t do it. Maybe the price of the metal will explode and the pile of junk will actually have some value other than showing how pollution is being absorbed into the ground.

Anyway, the last time I wrote about this house,

 I stayed in the hot tub. I think the hot tub caught my eye because the homeowner was working on it after a thunderstorm knocked over the control panel. This hot tub reminds us to protect our electronic homes during storms .tile inside of fireplace and lethal force

During a lightning strike, electronic devices can experience an overload that can damage the device. A surge protector is an efficient device and can protect electronic devices from overload. Personally, I have a hard time trusting the splash guard and opening the electronics when the night forecast hits lightly.

I want to share some thoughts related to energy

 While exploring this manufactured home. This is a double story house with an extension at the rear door. To get to the back door of the house, you have to go through the extension. There are also indications that the owner completed the construction without the help of a contractor.

1 Two-room version:

Adding two bedrooms is a great idea, but when it comes to the owner of the apartment, it is often left unfinished. I think the insulation; air sealing and finishing work is waiting to be completed. In this case, the insulation is in the ceiling area, but not under the floor. It is also unfortunate that waterproofing and floor insulation is often easier during construction than after.

2 Two little energy wasters

Well, here’s a hint of what’s to come. Hopefully owning small dogs means owning small dogs, not big dogs. I don’t trust big dogs in other people’s homes. Small dogs spend most of their time indoors, which means I can expect a lot of pet hair in the heating ducts and furnace filters. I’m also assuming the front door moldings are in less than good condition. Either way, their little feet won’t let them get away with damaging the door trim removal.

3 Grandma’s refrigerator and garage sale:

The good thing about adding two rooms behind the door is that there is now enough room for the freezer I inherited from my mom’s house, and the beautiful blue fridge that cost $5 at a garage sale was snapped up right away. I electricity meter and connect them one by one to two smaller devices.

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