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Is your home “livable?”

posted Apr 13, 2018, 7:56 AM by Dwight Payne

Most people equate the term “livability” with the quality of life offered by a community, city or state. Does it have good schools? What is the cost of living? Etc. But livability can also apply to a home. And a large part of that is the level of comfort offered by that structure. It can mean everything from the right temperature that allows you to relax or work without being distracted, to indoor air quality that does not trigger your asthma or cause migraines. Ask our team of building science specialists at Chappels to help evaluate your home – we can help make your home more “livable.”