Welcome to Comfort By Kodiak
Welcome to Comfort by Kodiak, your full-service building efficiency company, serving the central mountain region of Colorado. Our mission is to save you money through reduced energy consumption, while simultaneously making your indoor environment more comfortable, durable and healthy.
Building science is catching-up with the building industry, and the science has revealed a unique fact of home performance and building efficiency: when energy consumption is decreased through air-sealing, insulation, proper equipment sizing and maintenance, and the proper use of materials for your climate, a myriad of other benefits present, primarily increased comfort, but also increased durability of your building systems. You can save energy and money without having to wear your sweater indoors, and so long as your contractor understands building science as we do, tightening your home means less energy flowing through your shelter, therefore increased durability.
And with rising energy costs, saving energy through home performance and building efficiency saves you more money every year. So, protect your investment in a way that pays you back, more each year, and keeps you comfortable in your indoor environment.
But the science isn’t simple. What about indoor air quality in a tight building? How do you know the priority of improvements in a multi-step approach? Why wasn’t my new home built to the highest levels of energy performance? With over 25 years construction experience, and a strong focus on building science since 2006, Comfort by Kodiak has the answers to these questions and many others. Through energy auditing and computerized energy modeling, and utilizing an array of diagnostic equipment, we offer prioritized recommendations for home performance and building efficiency improvements.
Payment plans are available, and can be arranged to match your yearly savings on energy. You may be able to make improvements for net-zero additional cost. Why not be more comfortable and reduce your impact on the environment today?
We hope you’ll take some time to learn about our approach to building science by reviewing the information presented at this website. Thank you!