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The practice of protecting a building and its interior from the elements, particularly from precipitation and wind to reduce energy consumption and optimize energy efficiency.

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Online Reviews

How to Review Day Energy Solutions

First and foremost, Day Energy strives to be the best weatherization contractor in our service area, and we take customer satisfaction very seriously. If for some reason you don't feel you can give us a "10" in your review, please call us and let us know - we'd like the opportunity to correct any problems and truely earn a "10".

Here are some tips that will help others make the most of your review:

  • Be brief and to the point, some sites may limit your review to 200 to 300 words.
  • Pick your main point and state it quickly. Many sites take the first few words of your review as the title to your review, so say the most important thing first. It's OK if you have 2 or 3 other points.
  • Be real – people aren't looking for a formal write up – just state what you would naturally tell others.
  • Use adjectives and nouns….words that describe are very helpful to others.
Consider some of these questions when you write your review:
  • Was there a product or service that you enjoyed?
  • Was there a person that you worked with that you want to acknowledge?
  • Did the staff demonstrate their knowledge and expertise?
  • Was it a pleasant experience for you?
  • Would you recommend us to others?
There are a variety of places you submit a review. The list given here is not meant to be all-inclusive, but more to help point you in the right direction. Most services require that you have an account to leave a review (accounts are generally free with the exception of Angie's List). The links are provided for your convenience: