A few years back, I designed the place in which I currently live, the place is an eye sight to see if you asked me! Be that as it may, regardless of what I felt to be top-notch blueprints, the home formerly perceived as perfect in my eyes recently suffered a sentimental disadvantage due to an apparent oversight on my part. As an architect by trade, I designed the entire beach house myself, bottom-up–from foundation to the biggest and largest imagination. After the first several weeks of living in my self-proclaimed “perfect palace,” though, I found that my electric energy bill was much higher than that of my neighbors around here, and with frugal as my watchdog, I was distraught and upset to say the least, then consequently, I called up the Heating and Air Conditioning supplier with whom I originally contracted the replacement of the heating and cooling system, and after paying me a brief visit, they determined that the major issue of my matter had to do with shoddy terrible insulation, rooted in the diagrams I designed. Acknowledging the fact that my plans were rather 1-sided directives with little to no desire for feedback–even from the on-site construction supervisor guy, I was willing to pay full price and then some for whatever work needed to be done to get my home’s Heating and Air Conditioning-insulation relationship squared away. A few weeks as well as a couple grand later, all was said, good and done.