Joanne joined the Coastal team in early 2011 as our Accounts Receivable Coordinator.
In this position, Joanne handles our customers’ payments and any customer discrepancies; along with various other accounting duties.
Joanne possesses strong communication skills and high attention to detail. This gives Joanne the ability to both maintain a good rapport with our customers and keep our accounts receivable current.
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Air sealing is important to your insulation. Without it your insulation will not preform as advertised.
Always air seal before you blow in fiberglass insulation. Make sure you have baffles, clearing the insulation at least 12 inches, so the positive air flow from your soffits do not wash the insulation!
As always we will tell you air seal before you blow in your insulation in the attic space of your home! This saves money, disconnects your attic space from your living space.. and that adds to comfort and makes your home much more cozy!
When insulating always be sure to have your insulation contractor air seal your attic flat, walls, or crawl space. It is vital to the insulation. Here are samples!
Before insulating or reinsulating, make sure to air seal your attic flat, attached garage, and band/rim joist (top of basement wall area).