Category: Blog

A Clean Furnace Makes A Happy Home

Thursday, April 30th
Lately, it seems that your floors, bookcases, coffee table and most every other surface in your home are covered in dust and dirt faster than you can clean them. No matter how frequently you sweep, vacuum and clean, you still seem to have an inordinate amount of dust all around. So what's behind the dust-bunny… [ Read More ]

Seattle Attractions

Wednesday, April 22nd
More than 800,000 people call Seattle home and it’s not hard to see why. Located on the eastern shore of Puget Sound, there is much to see and do in Seattle’s 83-square miles from adventure seeking, family-friendly activities to delicious restaurants and offshore wineries. Seattle is the ideal destination for all kinds of travelers. If… [ Read More ]

Upcoming Revision To The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act – NAECA

Tuesday, March 24th
  The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) regulates minimum energy efficiency requirements for water heaters. The first set of regulations – known as the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) – were created in 1990 and later updated in 2004 to the current standards. A new update to the rules for increasing minimum energy efficiency… [ Read More ]

Why You Should Consider Installing A Ductless Heat Pump In Your Home.

Tuesday, March 17th
"Why should I consider installing a Ductless Heat Pump in my home?" is a question we frequently answer. Seattle City Light is offering a $1,200 rebate to qualifying homeowners who install a ductless heat pump. Why? Seattle City Light offers rebates to help customers save electricity because it is the most cost-effective way to meet… [ Read More ]

Is There Carbon Monoxide In Your House?

Tuesday, March 10th
Get a Carbon Monoxide detector in your house today! Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas that cannot be seen or smelled and can kill a person in minutes. If Carbon Monoxide is released in enclosed or semi-enclosed areas it can build to unsafe levels in seconds. The poisonous gas is produced by incomplete combustion… [ Read More ]