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April 16, 2023 0 Comments

What The Locals Are Saying

What The Locals Are Saying

Our Promise

We only work with the best materials available and provide a 1-year guarantee on all labor. In taking pride, we also never compromise quality for time and always give our clients realistic schedules that accommodate their lives. Finally, we are always striving for honest and transparent customer service to better serve you. We have provided some reviews below so you can see what our clients are saying.

Here’s what our client Kerrie D. had to say about working with us:

“Debuty Builders built our custom home and knocked it out of the park! Their quality and work ethic is fantastic. The whole team is very personable and listens to your questions and concerns. We would recommend Debuty to someone who wants a well-built, beautiful home.”

Cathy M. was also a pleased customer, and is saying this about Debuty:

“I could not be more pleased. Their team completed very professional workmanship. The work crew was very professional and friendly. Completed project from start to finish in 5 days. I would highly recommend this company and will use them for future projects. The deck is beautiful and exactly what we wanted.”

We gained a future client with this one; here’s Birsen A.’s experience:

“Adam of Debuty Builders came to our house to give a quote to repair some loose siding on our 2nd story home in West Knoxville. He realized it was a very small job, so he just brought a ladder and fixed it during the quote visit. I asked how much it was, and he said it was free, so it is hard to argue with that price. Thanks Adam!”

We Excel and Exceed Expectations 

Debuty Builder in Maryville, TN excels in both residential and commercial. Our services might be varied, but they all come with the same promise of quality, dedication, and durability. As licensed and insured builders, we are experienced contractors with knowledge passed down from generations.

March 3, 2022 0 Comments

Preventing Condensation in your home

Preventing Condensation in your home

Why is there water on the windows inside my house? Condensation is the answer. Condensation is the process of moisture collecting on surfaces that are cooler than the surrounding air. During winter months you may notice moisture at your windows on especially cold days. HVAC systems only dehumidify the air when they are operating in cooling mode. When they are in heating mode, no dehumidification takes place. Because of this, the relative humidity in your home will be slightly higher at times during the winter. We can help you with some information about preventing condensation in your home.

When warm, moist air meets cool windowpanes, droplets form on the surface. In Tennessee, during hot and humid weather, you will find condensation accumulating on the exterior of windows. Often you will hear the weatherman refer to “dew point.” Dew point is the temperature when the air mass is fully saturated; relative humidity is 100% causing the water vapor to become a liquid. So, at 72° with relative humidity at 50% inside your home the dew point is 52.4°. Say that is the situation in your home and someone takes a shower and doesn’t use the exhaust ventilation and the home is now 72° with 55% humidity. Now your dew point is 55° and if your window surface temperature is 55° or below, you will have condensation. If you have a home temperature of 70° with 40% relative humidity your dew point is 44°. That means if your window surface temperature is 44° or less, your windows will sweat.  

Here are some great tips on preventing condensation in your home.:

  1. Ensure you are using the exhaust fans in the bathrooms when showering. Run the fans for about 20-30 minutes after the shower so it can pull the humidity out of the air preventing condensation in your home.
  2. Use the exhaust fan over the cooktop or range in your kitchen while cooking. If you are boiling water make sure to keep a lid on the pot to help reduce the amount of steam let out into the air.
  3. Raise blinds slightly so air can circulate at the windows to help dry out any moisture that accumulates because of condensation. You’ll want to keep an eye on your window sills and wipe up an excess water to avoid damaging the sills.

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