Benefits Of A Smart Time Sprinkler

Benefits Of A Smart Time Sprinkler

Updating your sprinkler timer is a smart move. Most sprinkler timers are not only difficult to use and to program, but they are also just plain inefficient.

Sprinkler timers exist to make our lives easier and more convenient, however dealing with a dying lawn or a sky-high water bill is the opposite of convenience.

Why Invest In A Smart Time Sprinkler?

Smart sprinkler timers not only cut down on water consumption by over thirty percent, but they also give the end user the ability to have complete control of when, where, and how much they water. 

Updating your sprinkler timer is a smart move. Most sprinkler timers are not only difficult to use and to program, but they are also just plain inefficient.

Sprinkler timers exist to make our lives easier and more convenient, however dealing with a dying lawn or a sky-high water bill is the opposite of convenience.

Smart sprinkler timers not only cut down on water consumption by over thirty percent, but they also give the end user the ability to have complete control of when, where, and how much they water. 

Smart timers can be programmed on the control panel or through a mobile app. If you know how to send a text message, then you are knowledgeable enough to use the app to schedule your watering schedule. 

During the original programming of the timer, the user will input various data points that help the system to run at peak efficiency.

A few things you can enter in are the soil type, shade rating (full, partial, none), landscape slope, the total number of sprinklers heads per zone, and sprinkler head (out spray) type. 

After inputting these data points the system will be ready to run efficiently. Sprinkler timers pull from local weather data.

Some of them update as frequently as every 15 minutes! 

Based on past, present, and future weather patterns your smart timer will update its watering schedule and behavior assuring that your lawn and shrubbery gets the optimal amount of water supply in addition to the amount of rainfall that has fallen.

Often times homeowners are surprised to find that their system is running much less than previously with their old timer. Smart timers water less frequently, but for longer periods of time in most cases.

This takes the rooting system of the plant out of a state of dependency and forces the rooting system to drive deeper and tap into rich soil nutrients helping the lawn to be greener, healthier, and more luscious. 

One of our favorite features is the Wi-Fi capability and being able to monitor water consumption, gauge savings, turn on/off individual zones or the system as a whole.

A lot of systems also have available add-ons and features like faucet timers to allow additional convenience and water consumption reduction. 

Save Money With A Smart Time Sprinkler

Smart timers always end up saving the user BIG time and BIG money. These timers are not only good on the pocketbook but better on the planet.

Over 70% of home water consumption is outdoors and these new systems are one of the easiest ways to do your part in cutting back on water supply in your area.

The benefit of these timers goes WAY beyond fiscal. 

ACES Lyfe is here to help you save money and create a more energy efficient space. Give ACES Lyfe a call and see how you can start saving money and saving the planet. 

The 411 On Insulation

The 411 On Insulation

What is attic insulation?

What do you imagine when you read the word ‘insulation’?

If you imagine the pink, cotton-candy fluff that hangs out in your attic, you’re going in the right direction.

Many homeowners know what insulation looks like, but don’t know exactly how it is working in their home. More importantly, they aren’t sure when it’s NOT working — and costing them money.

Insulation comes in a variety of different types and sizes. Insulation performs some of the most important functions but is oftentimes one of the most overlooked things in the house.

Its main function is providing resistance to heat flow and helping to lower heating and cooling costs.

The Department of Energy lists nine different types of insulation on its website.

Some forms are bulky and are comprised of fiberglass, wool, cellulose, and natural fibers. Other forms of insulation are sleek foils and rigid foam boards.

Each type of insulation has good and bad. A certain type of insulation may be more effective than another.

Regardless of its form, insulation’s primary role is to reduce heating and cooling costs and improve home comfort.

Why is attic insulation important?

Insulation acts like a sweater to keep everything that’s surrounded by it warm and happy. Attic insulation regulates a large part of the home’s internal temperature.

It provides a critical barrier to the elements and the temperature changes that occur. The Department of Energy suggests attic insulation should have no less of an R-value of R-30. This guarantees home comfort throughout the seasons.

During the colder months, insulation in the attic works to regulate the temperature inside the home. It does this by keeping the warm air in and keeping the cold air out.

During the summertime, insulation protects the home from the heat by keeping the house cool. Insulation helps keep air-conditioned rooms at a comfortable temperature.

Insulation is key to maintaining home comfort and helping you avoid wasting money on air conditioning costs.

Acting as a barrier, insulation helps keep unwanted environmental toxins outside of your home.

When attic insulation decays or degrades, it stops performing how it is meant to. When this happens, the internal temperature of the home may begin to fluctuate or become irregular.

Old and damaged insulation contributes significantly to the home’s overall energy efficiency. As a result, fluctuating temperatures can cause substantial increases in the energy bill.

It is key to have insulation that is in top condition in order to keep your energy costs from increasing.

What are some common problems that can affect insulation?

Uneven blown insulation

Homeowners can rent a machine to install their own insulation. However, the material is rarely distributed evenly throughout the attic.

This leads to large amounts of insulation in one area and not enough insulation in other areas. Uneven distribution of insulation dramatically reduces its effectiveness.

Areas of missing insulation at skylights

The enclosed shaft that runs through the attic to the skylight requires insulation around it. Installed insulation batts in these areas are prone to loosening and falling onto the floor of the attic.

Missing insulation at repaired areas

This may sound like a silly one. Insulation is often moved during a repair and is never put back into place.

When making repairs, be sure that the insulation is properly installed.

Compacted insulation

This problem may sound interesting, but it is common. Insulation loses its effectiveness when it is constantly being compressed by being walked on or having boxes stored on it loses its insulation ability.

Insufficient R-value 

Over the years, fiberglass batt insulation gradually collapses and deteriorates. This lowers the insulation’s R-value. High R-value keeps the cozy, warm air in your home in the winter and keeps cool, refreshing air in your home during the summer.

No insulation in areas that have been converted to living spaces 

It’s easy to forget that porches, carports, attic spaces, or garages that are remodeled need insulation in order to keep your home comfortable and to avoid high energy costs.

No adequate insulation in kneewalls

 Kneewalls are vertical walls between the house and the attic. These typically occur where ceiling heights change. Vaulted ceilings or skylight wells require proper installation.

Uninsulated attic access

 Insulation at the attic access point is essential. A batt of fiberglass insulation can easily be attached to the piece of sheetrock that covers the access point.

What could damage my insulation?

As homes age, it is common for insulation issues to come to light. Homeowners often do not know that there is a problem with their installation until they actually go into the attic to get into their storage.

Insulation problems related to age include old and deteriorating insulation to fallen insulation within the attic’s interior walls.

Age

Insulation may also be affected by other factors such as harbored allergens, toxins, or mold. If left unaddressed, these problems have the potential to cause sickness.

These problems could also cause damage to the structure of your home. Monitoring the insulation in the attic can dramatically lower energy costs and improve the health of your loved ones.

Pests

There is also a likelihood that pests have made their way and possibly even made their homes in your attic insulation. Pests like bugs, small critters, and bats consider attic insulation a safe, warm, and secure environment without disruption.

There is a high chance that pests are living in your attic if your attic is not used frequently, or has points that are weak and exposed to the elements.

A sign of a pest problem in your attic is the presence of scratching noises or unexplained movement in your attic. It is imperative to remove the damaged insulation once a pest problem is identified.

Ice dams

 Ice dams occur in the wintertime when warm air rises to the top of your snow-covered roof. The warm air melts the snow at the top of the roof.

Melted snow then flows down to the eaves and gutters where it then refreezes. The build-up of ice prevents proper drainage and results in water seeping back into the home. This water causes damage to walls, ceilings, insulation, and other areas.

If you are uncertain about the state of your attic insulation, ACES Lyfe will be able to help you.

How do I fix my insulation problems?

ACES Lyfe is here to help you fix any insulation problems you have and restore the comfort level you are looking for back to your home.

Our insulation products are some of the best in the industry and are sure to keep your energy costs down. Our Multi-layer insulation is a revolutionary technology that was developed by NASA. It can cut your energy costs in half!

ACES Lyfe can conduct a free energy assessment on your home and help you know the best places to install your installation and what other steps you can take to create a more energy efficient home.

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Your ROI On Energy Efficiency Products

Your ROI On Energy Efficiency Products

There are many factors that come into play when you are deciding if upgrading to a more energy efficient space is the best for you.

Will it really be worth it? Will it be another thing that I need to add to my budget? How are these products going to make my home better?

Money seems to be the biggest factor when deciding if energy efficiency products are right for your home, but there are other things that need to be taken into account such as time, comfort, convenience, etc.

All of these components help us make a purchase decision. But, often times, out of all of the factors, money seems to have the most power in the decision.

The ROI

We often ask ourselves, “If I’m going to invest or make a purchase, what is the Return On Investment (ROI)?”

Many of the things we spend our money on have no measurable ROI. Money returning back to us does not always happen and if it does we may not fully understand the process.

But, a good example of an ROI can be found when talking about investment properties. People usually don’t purchase an investment property without calculating the ROI and determining if it will be best for their situation.

For example, If we spend $100,000 cash on a rental property and receive $1,000 per month or $12,000 annually back, we should have 12% ROI as long as we don’t have extra costs such as taxes, maintenance, vacancy, etc.

Another important thing to look at is when we will have the full return of our invested money. In the case above, the $100,000 invested will return back to you in 8 years and 4 months at which time all the income you receive is pure profit.

Another factor in the above scenario is increased or decreased value of your asset. We all know that asset values can fluctuate up and down but we hope they increase and keep increasing.

This increase is also a very important factor when we look at “ROI”. Sometimes we can invest in upgrades to our investment property that will increase the income.

For example, you could add in an extra bedroom or upgrade a kitchen. These types of improvements can increase the value thus adding to the ROI in both ways. Energy efficiency products are a great way to increase the value of your home and in turn, increase your ROI.

ROIs and Energy Efficiency

ROI’s don’t only apply to investment properties. ROIs should also be applied to our own home. Our own home can become an important financial investment.

We are basically renting our own home and usually have a mortgage holder that receives the ROI since they loaned us money to purchase the home.

But we can still receive an ROI while we have a mortgage because our loan payment is not the only money we pay out each month. There are a lot more things we pay for each month besides our mortgage.

We pay for taxes, maintenance, utilities such as power, gas, and water and a seemingly endless list of other things that take money each month.

If you can save money or reduce these monthly expenses are you increasing your ROI? Absolutely!

Especially if you can clearly measure the savings and understand that by saving a percent of your expenses, you are returning money back into your pocket which is the whole purpose of measuring your ROI.

Let’s say you currently pay $150 per month for utilities. Then, you decide to invest in energy efficiency products. By investing in energy efficiency products, you can save 30%! That means you could save $45 per month or $540 annually.

If the expense of installing energy efficiency products in your home costs $10,000 and your return is $540 you would have an 18.52% ROI.

Each time the power company increases their rates your overall savings increases by 30% which increases your ROI over time.

Another important factor is the increase in value or appraised value with the installation of energy efficiency products. Many appraisal companies will increase appraisal value if you can show that you have invested in the Energy Efficiency or Clean Energy of the home.

This rate can be as high as 25 times the annual savings. That equates to $13,5000 in the increased value of your home for a $10,000 investment. That would be equal to a 35% equity Increase or a 135% ROI. That sounds like a great ROI if you ask me!

There are many other factors that we base our decisions on that may be more important to us than ROI.

Even if comfort, safety, or convenience are more important to you than the ROI you will receive on your energy efficiency products from Aces Lyfe, than you will be gladly surprised after your energy efficiency products are installed.

You will be amazed at the comfort level of your home as well as the safety that you feel inside. The cherry on top of the scenario is that you will receive an ROI on the investment you made by installing energy efficiency products in your home.

ACES Lyfe And Your ROI

ACES Lyfe is here to help you invest in your home and get a great ROI. Our energy efficiency products are developed with you in mind.

They are created to help you have a more energy efficient space as well as a more comfortable home for you to enjoy. By investing in ACES Lyfe’s energy products, you can increase the value of your home as well as increase the comfort level.

Fill out a form to receive a free energy evaluation and start seeing an ROI on your investment with ACES Lyfe Energy Efficiency products.

Conserve Before Create

Conserve Before Create

At ACES Lyfe, we aim to reduce utility bills by making homes more energy efficient.

Energy efficiency is necessary for homes due to the fact that energy efficiency in a home degrades over time.

As time passes, the insulation in the attic and walls settle and that reduces efficiency.

With each passing year, the air conditioning unit loses efficiency. And the inefficiency of the attic space causes major problems over time.

Homes are continually becoming less and less energy efficient as the times passes.

With our energy efficiency solutions, we are able to solve all of these issues and more.

ACES Solar Strategy

With electric bills continuing to rise at a record pace, solar has become even more important for homeowners to take back control of their finances.

We at ACES Lyfe offer the best solar panels in the industry and the best savings as well.

Traditional solar companies will suggest to homeowners that they will “eliminate one hundred percent of their electrical usage.”

This may be true but only for a short time. As previously stated, homes degrade over time.

Therefore, if solar eliminates one hundred percent of the electrical usage in a home right now, in a few short years that will no longer be the case.

As the efficiency of the home degrades, even with solar, the home will use more energy to keep up with the decrease in efficiency.

Homes over time use more energy than they did when they are new. That solar will soon not be able to produce enough energy to supply the home with all of the power that it now needs.

Along with the degradation of the home, solar panels themselves degrade as well. The technology of solar has come a long way over the past decade in the way of panel efficiency.

However, degradation in solar panels is still an issue when purchasing solar. Over time the solar panels will degrade and lose the efficiency they began with.

Just like a new home, with each passing year, those panels will lose a certain amount of efficiency. That one hundred percent coverage of electrical usage that the solar panels provide today will degrade over time to less than eighty percent in some cases.

The home is degrading, the solar is degrading and that solar investment is becoming less beneficial as time goes on. ACES Lyfe has the solution for that as well.

An Energy Efficient Space

With our energy efficiency solutions, we will make all homes more efficient and keep them there. That means the degradation that the home experiences will now be minimal.

The energy solutions will keep the home at its peak efficiency for the lifetime of the home. Along with the best energy solutions on the market, ACES Lyfe only offers the best solar panels on the market as well.

The solar used by ACES Lyfe has the lowest degradation rate on the market. With these incredible options, we pair them together to overcome the short comes of solar alone.

Keep the home at peak efficiency and have solar panels that degrade the least amount possible is the only way to ensure that your investment will remain an investment for decades to come.

Another benefit to combining solar and energy efficiency together is that by reducing the electrical usage in the home, the home will require fewer solar panels to eliminate the electrical usage.

This saves homeowners thousands of dollars while still achieving the desired outcome. Combining solar and energy efficiency on a home will not only save money, save the planet but also make the home environment more comfortable with energy solutions!

All our homeowners get all of the benefits of solar with the comfort and savings of energy efficiency!

ACES Lyfe is here to help you save money and create a space that is more energy efficient and comfortable.

Fill out or energy efficiency evaluation form below and we will get the process started!

The Benefits Of Multi-Layered Insulation

The Benefits Of Multi-Layered Insulation

It’s a beautiful, warm night in Utah. As I sit in my kids’ room upstairs, I’m wondering why it’s so hot up here even though I had recently added blown insulation to the attic space and run the air conditioner constantly.

As I used my favorite tool to research (Google), I found that traditional insulation is a thing of the past. Based on simple physics, I found that using a reflective multi-layered insulation developed by NASA has a significantly greater impact in the summer than anything else I can add to my attic space. It makes my home more comfortable and lowers energy costs dramatically!

Blown in Insulation-Limitations

According to the US Department of Energy, traditional insulation absorbs only 10% of radiant heat! Wow! That means there is still 90% of heat being transferred throughout the house and attic. Blown In insulation is similar to a sponge. Just as a sponge fills up with water and no more water can enter into the space, the insulation can only contain a certain amount of heat. Once insulation reaches its saturation point, it becomes wholly ineffective. In physics we learn that hot air travels to cold air. All of that hot air that is not being saturated starts flowing through your home. Once traditional insulation has reached its saturation point, the excess hot air from the attic travels down into my home which makes my air conditioner run more often. We all know what that means; higher electric bills, more wear and tear on my air conditioning, and more money leaving my bank account.

On top of that, 20-50% of the air we breathe comes from the attic. Filling it up with loads and loads of insulation is not going to be good for you health. More insulation attracts more dirt, dust, dust mites, and dust mite excrement to flow into the home causing a myriad of symptoms. You no longer have to blame your allergens on the Utah air. You can blame a lot of your stuffed noses, allergies, and other uncomfortable symptoms on the air that is being pumped into our homes through the attic. Thanks to traditional insulation, you have a semi-cool or semi-warm home, allergens flowing through your home and your money flowing out of your wallet. Doesn’t sound like a great situation to me. You spend most of your time in your home and you deserve to have quality air pumping through your living space.

Cheap prices can be enticing, but don’t let the cheaper cost of traditional insulation fool you. While traditional insulation is generally more cost effective than other types, it also has minimum impact. You really are getting what you pay for. But, on top of that, your electricity bills won’t be lowered and your doctors visits won’t be any less. Once you’re sitting in your Utah home and you receive your electricity bill in the middle of summer, you’ll wish you had spent a little bit more money and got the higher quality insulation. Making an investment in advanced insulation technology is worth it! It can oftentimes pay for itself from day one by creating a significantly more improved comfort level and by drastically lowering energy bills– both gas and electricity.

Benefits of Multi-Layered Insulation

Traditional insulation definitely has its benefits. It was a cost effective way to keep my home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. But, the limitations caused me to seriously research other things I could do to increase the comfort of my living space. In my search, I found a technology that was developed for the rigors of outer space. As you can imagine, with the space station moving from +250 to -250 degrees fahrenheit a total of 16 times per day, NASA obviously researched and tested to determine the best technology for maintaining a tight temperature tolerance inside the envelope of the space station. In a 4 minute clip from an episode on The History Channel, NASA discusses the development of a multi-layered insulation technology.

Rather than ABSORBING only 10% of radiant heat, multi-layered insulation actually REFLECTS/STOPS 97%! When you compare the traditional insulation that was only absorbing 10% and now there is multi-layered insulation that is stopping 97%, its easy to know what insulation you should install in your home.

To put it another way; if you’re being mugged on the streets of New York City, would you rather RESIST the mugger or STOP him dead in his tracks? By stopping the heat almost entirely a neat thing happens. Since the heat is reflected away from my traditional insulation by the Multi Layer Insulation, it never has a chance to move inside my home. With no excess heat moving into my home it obviously increases the level of comfort attained. No heat means my thermostat doesn’t trigger my air conditioner which means my electric bill drops like a rock for immediate short term benefits. Since my air conditioning unit runs less than half the time as before, it also creates the longer term benefit of significantly extending its life.

Multi-Layered Insulation is full of benefits. It keeps the air out of the home, creates a more comfortable space to live in and helps cuts electricity bills the moment it is installed.

Multi-Layered Insulation Helps The Environment

Rocky Mountain Power, a power company that powers Utah, states in their “Wattsmart” program that if everyone in Utah would adjust the thermostat by 2 degrees we’d clean up the air in Utah! Do you want to find a way to contribute to the environment but don’t know how? Or don’t want to put large amounts of money into a cause and not know how the money is being used?

By installing Multi-layered insulation, you can help the environment. Imagine my surprise and delight when I realized that cutting energy usage by adding multi-layered insulation will also help the environment for literally zero upfront costs! That’s the icing on the cake. When I can do my part as a citizen and steward of our planet and also increase the comfort and decrease outgoing dollars towards utility bills, it’s a win/win/win all the way around!

Multi-Layered Insulation really is the way to go. You can create a more comfortable space for you and your family, decrease your electricity bill and help the environment.

At Aces Lyfe, we are here to help you in your endeavors to cut costs and have a more comfortable home. We have technicians who will give you an energy assessment and let you know what products will best help you have a more cost efficient home.

Give Aces Lyfe a call or fill out the form below to schedule an energy assessment and to start saving money.

5 Steps To An Energy Efficient Home

5 Steps To An Energy Efficient Home

By now, most people — environmentalist or not — are familiar with the concept of energy efficiency.

At Aces Lyfe, we specialize in energy efficiency. Our goal is to help you create a comfortable and energy efficient space while cutting your electricity bill.

Here are a few things to take into account and some few actions you can take to create a more energy efficient space.

Take Action Today

Creating an energy efficient space may seem like a large task and hard to complete.

The great thing about energy efficiency is that you can take small and simple steps and bit by bit you can have a home that is not only comfortable but is also energy efficient.

Below are a few steps you can take to start the journey of creating an energy efficient home.

Energy-Efficient Appliances

There are actually a huge number of products that take it upon themselves to waste as little energy as possible.

Check out Energy Star’s list of home energy-efficient appliances. You can see just how many aspects of your home can be more streamlined for cost-effectiveness.

Everything from your television to your ceiling fan can have an impact on your home’s energy efficiency.

When you’re looking to increase energy efficiency, you need to do a whole-home evaluation. Everything from top to bottom can likely be replaced with something that impacts the environment less.

It’s up to you to determine what amount of effort you want to put in.

Insulate and Seal Home

Arguably the most comprehensive and consistent way to cut your home energy bill, proper insulation and air sealing is a must to increase your home’s energy efficiency.

All the heating, cooling, and maintenance energy that your home produces can be wasted without the right insulation and air sealing methods.

Your energy bill suffers a lot from poor sealing and insulation.

This is especially true if you live in a climate that has long or severe winter or summer seasons.

Think about those long, cold Idaho winters and those long and scorching Southern Utah summers.

At Aces Lyfe, we have products that will help seal and insulate your home. Consider multi-layer reflective insulation as a boost to your home’s current energy saving systems.

Multi-layer reflective insulation will help create a more comfortable home for you and your family, and will also cut the cost of your electric bill.

We also have invisaflects insulation that will also help seal in your home. This unique ceramic coating acts like a “liquid blanket” in your home.

Specially coated hollow ceramic particles act as a thermal barrier, reducing unwanted radiant heat loss and heat gain from your home, helping you feel warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

Lighting

It might not seem like the biggest difference maker, but the way you light your home can increase or decrease your energy efficiency.

Residential LED lighting can use up to 75% less energy than incandescent lighting, as well as last 25x longer.

The Department of Energy reports that LED lighting, if implemented at a widespread rate across the United States, has the potential to have the greatest impact on energy savings.

Modern LED lights come in a wide variety of colors, tones, and brightness levels, so they can accommodate whatever lighting needs you’re looking for.

Similar to their variety of colors and hues, modern LED lights are available in a myriad of home and industrial products.

No lighting component of your home is required to have incandescent lights, so take a look around your abode and see just how much of a difference you can make.

Aces Lyfe offers LED lighting products that will help you increase the energy efficiency of your home.

Electricity

There’s a lot of basic saving tips that you can use to cut electricity consumption in your home.

Be sure to monitor and selectively use the appliances in your home that use electricity.

Lamps, computers, and TVs are some of the obvious ones, but be sure to consider how much electricity all of your appliances use.

Don’t use them unless absolutely necessary, and don’t let them stay on for longer than you need them.

Unplug your electronics when you’re leaving the house for long periods of time.

Idle electronics still use electricity, but completely detaching them from the outlet will cut off any residual wasted energy that you might be worried about.

Measuring and maintaining the electricity consumption in your house doesn’t have to be done at the end of the month.

There are ways to stay up to date on how much your home uses on a more frequent basis.

Home Water Usage

This one sounds easy. The basic stuff — don’t run the sink when you’re brushing your teeth, take shorter showers, don’t use your toilet as a trash can — is all valuable and useful ways to have a more energy efficient and eco friendly home. But there’s always more you can do.

Consider replacing your home’s faucets and showerheads with low-flow or energy-efficient alternatives.

These are easy to install yourself and cut water usage tremendously.

There are always larger energy-efficient appliances than the ones we named above.

Dishwashers, laundry washers, dryers, refrigerators, and water heaters are all big water users. Installing the right kind of large-scale appliance can be a massive aid to help increase the efficiency of your home and lower your bills as well.

There are other places around your home that you may not think of your water usage.

Take, for instance, your backyard or garden. Maintaining the growth you want takes a lot of water, so don’t over-water your grass, and be sure to invest in climate-native garden plants or ones that don’t require extra watering and can survive without special care.

For example, plant drought resistant plants if you are living in Southern Utah so you don’t have to spend large amounts of water on them each day. Installing a drip irrigation system would be the best route to take.

Let Aces Lyfe Help

Energy efficiency does not have to be a large task that seems too daunting or hard to tackle.

As mentioned above you can take small and simple stems to create a space that is more energy efficient.

Aces Lyfe is here to help you wherever you are at in the process of becoming more energy efficient.

Whether you are taking the first step right now or if you have began the process a while ago, we will help you take the steps necessary to create an energy efficient space.

Give Aces Lyfe a call today and see how you can have a more energy efficient space while cutting your electricity bill.

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