Generation of power through renewable energy resources has increased in good numbers over the past. Wind power is one of them. There are various pros and cons of…Continue
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Consulting online reviews has become an integral part of the modern consumer’s buying process. A recent study from Dimensional research found that the buying decisions of 90% of respondents were influenced by positive online reviews, while 86% were influenced by negative reviews.
To dig deeper, Software Advice (an…Continue
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It’s no secret that finances are often a barrier to home performance upgrades for homeowners. This is precisely why programs like the PowerSaver loan program are helpful as they work with contractors and equipment installers interested in offering energy efficient financing at the point of sale.
So what is the PowerSaver loan?
There are three PowerSaver…Continue
This place is awesome. Kudos! My name is Avi Yashchin and I wanted to introduce myself to everyone at Home Energy Pros. Just a brief description of me and what I do:
I began my career in finance and eventually became a vice president in the Global Products Group at Barclays. With my background in technology development, I realized I could do more than increase Wall Street's considerable profits. So, in 2008 I left and founded CleanEdison, which provides vocational training in…Continue
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Understanding how heat is transferred from the outside into your home and from your home to your body is vital for understanding the challenge of keeping your house cool. Understanding the processes that facilitate keep your body cool is vital in understanding cooling ways for your home.…Continue
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One of the biggest issues with living in large cities like San Diego is the sheer amount of energy expenditure. Simply keeping your business up and running requires you to shell out a huge amount of money annually on lighting, equipment, cooling, connectivity, etc. And this is all in addition to the money you have to invest in starting up initially, and restocking regularly. Spending money on these factors can take a major slice out of your profit margin.…Continue
Added by Mary Desilva on February 2, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments
One challenge seems to be at the forefront of a lot of the discussions I'm having with colleagues and associates these last few weeks is sales. Closing sales. Making the sale. Getting some traction...getting any movement at all...
Mark Mitchell is a sales and marketing consultant for the building materials industry who writes a good blog. I have been reading Mark's blog for a little while now, diving into the archives…Continue
Unlike what some people believe, going green doesn’t have to be a daunting and expensive task. There are simple things that people can do every day, such as unplugging electronics, or over a weekend such as fixing leaky faucets and changing air filters. These quick and easy ways to go green can help make a difference, no matter how small they are. Below is a short list of some of the things that you can easily do in order to go green without having to make major changes in your…Continue
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Air pressure tank is nothing but basically a vessel that holds air in it at a pressure that is considerable different than the atmospheric pressure. This allows the use of air tanks at multiple places where air pressure is required. Air pressure can also contain liquid sometime in pressurized conditions that may convert into pressurized gas after being released into the atmosphere. Therefore, as you may notice, the concept of…Continue
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Just wondering if You've heard of this Static power energy box that boasts energy consumption reduction.
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If you are still trying to participate in a mental debate about whether it makes sense for you to get a website for yourself, you can take out word on it – stop wasting time, go get yourself a website. Whether you are a freelancer offering services through the web, a photography hobbyist excited about sharing his clicks with the world, or a blogger who feels strongly about certain issues – a website can take you places. Save yourself time in everything you do, right from connecting with…Continue
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I am considering buying this unit. Does anyone have any experience with the DM4 Micro-manometer? Is this a dependable instrument? Any strengths or shortcomings?
Many thx for yor help, Roman
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We had some serious problems with rotting in buildings that were constructed in the period 1980 and 2000s. ‘Leaky Condo Crisis’ reached fever pitch in Vancouver, BC and surrounding region (excellent Wikipedia entry details the problems, the situation and the fallout here.
In a nutshell, SoCal dry-hot climate details (no rainscreen, no overhangs)…Continue
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UPDATED: Break Even COP’s for MA
How do you know if you should install a ductless mini-split, or upgrade your air-conditioner to a heat-pump and create a dual-source application during replacement this Winter? I have been asked this countless times over the past week! I personally always prefer the option of multiple fuel sources, particularly since energy prices have been all over the place during the last decade. Fortunately, using averaged…Continue
The major chunk of the electricity bills are covered by the primary long term appliances in the house including refrigerators, dishwashers and washing machine etc. These are those appliances that consume most of the energy and are used on a frequent basis. Refrigerators in particular are operated constantly apart from the time when the entire house goes for a vacation. In some cases the refrigerator still operates in absence in order to prevent the food from rotting. In the case of those…Continue
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