Top 7 CHSP Search Result(s) for keyword(s): Solar Control
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Newco Solar Solutions

NEWCO PRODUCTS provides Solar Control Solutions For Your Home. Whether its energy savings, comfort enhancement, added privacy or fade control, we have a film to meet your every need. Window Film, Solar Shades, Security Window Film & Skylight Sunblockers and more. Outside the Lower Mainland, you can reach Newco Toll Free at 1.800.663.4086
CARE Pest & Wildlife Control

The CARE Team will solve your pest problems while respecting the health and safety of all the occupants and surrounding environments. Committed, experienced and informative. ...
The Home Wash Company

Servicing the Lower Mainland, offering hand washing using soft brushes for the exterior of your home, roof moss removal, professional pressure washing, gutter and window cleaning. NEW FOR WINTER, SNOW REMOVAL SERVICES. ...
Doktor Doom

Use Doktor Doom products for safe and effective odorless control of hundreds of insects such as fleas, ticks, roaches, anthills, wasp, and hornet's nests, spiders, etc. Spray cracks, crevices, drains, walls, ceilings, foundations, floors, interior and exterior lights, screens, door sills, decks, fencing, kennels, barns, tack rooms, etc. ...
Tristar Roofing & Gutters

Lifetime Metal Roofing Systems. Metal shingles, slate, shake and tile. They manufacture Snaplock roofing panels, ideal for low slope tar & gravel conversions to metal. Fast, clean, professional service since 1980. They can also clean the moss off your roof! Visit their gallery at tristarroofing.ca
Wash Safe Canada

The Wash Safe product line provides home and business owners a safe alternative to the toxic cleaning products that dominate the cleaning market. Wash Safe products are highly effective cleaners but gentle on the environment, providing pleasant citrus scents not obnoxious chemical odors and will not harm people, plants or pets. Their products include a Roof Wash, Deck Wash, Composite Deck Wash, Cedar Wash, RV Wash, Mold & Mildew Wash and Rust Off.
Honeywell

From kitchen to bedroom, find the right solutions to address and customize your everyday climate, air quality, and more. Thermostats, humidifiers, air cleaners and ventilation. New products include, WIFI Thermostats and Honeywell Water Leak Alarms. Call 1-877-271-8620. ...
Top 5 Article Search Results for keyword(s): Solar Control

Solar Control Fabric For Existing Skylights

Q: Our 14-years-old rancher has two skylights in the kitchen that are approximately 2' x 4'. Every summer this area gets so warm that it becomes very uncomfortable. I am looking for a type of solar control product that could be installed on the glass to help keep the heat out but allow some light into the house. In a few years we would like to replace the skylights with more energy efficient ones but in the meantime we would like something to get us through the next few summers.
Skylight Glazing

Skylight glazing should be as thermally resistant as possible. Heat loss in winter and gain in summer is greater than that of vertical windows. Consider light reflective low-E glass to reduce overheating...
Installing solar panels

Question from: BobWinnipeg, MBDear Shell,I'm planning on installing solar panels to help heat my pool. The panels I have are 4 X 8 extruded aluminum glazed solar collectors....
Ice Build-Up on the Roof

Question from John in Cranbrook, B.C. -----Shell,I have had a problem with ice build up on my roof. This happens where there is a valley on the roof with a skylight near the valley....
Shade Your Sunny French Doors

Q: We have a large picture window and French doors off our family room that face south. We just moved into the home last spring and the heat in the summer is unbearable in this area of our house. Do you have any suggestions that can help cool down this space? We would like to avoid curtains as we do not want to lose our view. We would also like to find a screen that will fit on the French doors.
The Autocirc is an Instant Hot Water Pump System

Q: We have to let the water run for several minutes before it gets hot enough to shower or wash dishes. Our home has a conventional 60-gallon hot water tank that is located at one end of the home in the basement and the kitchen is on the upper floor at the other end. We seem to waste a lot of water before it gets hot enough to do dishes and run the dishwasher. I am hoping there is something available, that I could add to the existing line to solve this problem?
Instant Hot Water at Every Faucet

It's a problem many people have in their homes. You go to turn on the faucet, to wash your dishes or take a shower, and have to wait for the water to heat up to the desired temperature. Depending on where in your home the hot water tank is located, and the location of your faucet, this could take anywhere from 10 seconds to upwards of a minute, and in that time, litres of precious water is needlessly flushed down the drain.
AskShell.com Podcast - Episode 3

AskShell.com Podcast is a new version of the Home Discovery Radio Show Shell used to do every weekend across Western Canada. In the AskShell.com Podcast, Shell answers YOUR emails, has interviews with guests in the Home Improvement industry and features hard to find, but use-able products.
Advantages of a bathroom fan with a humidistat

Question from: JanSurrey, BCDear Shell,Can you please give me the advantage of a bathroom fan with a humidistat? What are the temperature they should be set at in the winter...
Make your concrete job a (non) cracking success

Now that summer has finally arrived, I’ve heard from many homeowners over the past week who are now ready to move forward with their concrete projects, such as patios, driveways, and sidewalks.
Floor Soundproofing Detail

Install R-20 batt insulation flush with bottom of joist ( see 2)Install sound board, donna conna or homasote sound board (see 3)Install acoustical channel by nailing through item...
The Latest in Noise Control Solutions for the Home

The emerging popularity for today's homebuyers is soundproofing in the home, whether it's relief from noisy neighbors or creating the ultimate home theatre room there are more options than ever in the area of noise control available to homeowners.
Preventing condensation from forming in your metal tool shed

I have a metal tool shed. During the winter months the inside of the shed is completely saturated with moisture and has caused bikes to rust and the seats to become moldy. Is there anything I can do to...
Do not cover your attic vent turbine for the winter

Question from: RobertWinnipeg, MBDear Shell,Should I cover my attic vent turbine for the winter or not (in past I've been told to cover it with a plastic yard garbage bag.)
Hardwood floors vs. carpet for dust control

Question from: ClaytonNanaimo, BCDear Shell,My mother and I have been having a disagreement. She says that hardwood floors put less dust into the household environment than...
Bats in Attic

Q: We have had problems with bats in our attic ever since two barns were torn down near our home. We have been told by a pest control company that they can't be removed until the fall. Any suggestions?
How Do I Control Humidity In Garage, My Tools Are Rusting?

Q: I am having a problem with surface rust accumulating on my tools in my insulated garage. Could you recommend a small dehumidistat-controlled exhaust system I can install, which will help prevent this from happening?
Controlling Moisture in the Home

The most often talked about problem in the home is moisture control and how to get rid of it. Moisture usually becomes a problem as soon as the weather turns cold and we close up our windows and doors. The moisture looks for places to vent and if there isn't sufficient ventilation, you may begin to find excess moisture showing up on windows or as stains on the ceiling.
Window condensation

Question from: DaveWaterloo, ONDear Shell,My windows have a lot of condensation on them this time of year. Would running my furnace fan at all times help the situation, or...
Eliminating Re-occurring Rodent Infestation

Q. We have an ongoing problem with rats nesting in our shed and we are wondering if those electronic pest chasers would work to keep them away. Two years ago one made it's way into our attic so we want to make sure we deal with this before it happens again. We have pets and kids so do not want to put poison out.