All Blog Posts Tagged 'heating' (24)

A perfect Guide to Home Reroofing

It all starts with a roof. You want to choose a roof that lasts long, improves your home’s efficiency and comfort and reduces the heat effect. Roofs are the biggest challenge for the heating and cooling system of any home. A poorly insulated roof will require more air conditioning in the summer and more heating in the winter. So while re-roofing a residence, it’s advised to do things as sustainably as possible. You can acquire construction roofing services of any contractor, but it’s good to…


Added by Crosbey Archery on September 16, 2016 at 3:50am — No Comments

Below Ground Solar Pool Heating Systems

Below Ground Solar Pool Heating Systems: An in depth look into their effectiveness, installation & added benefits.

Gateway Canyons Resort, Colorado


Everyone knows that heating a pool can be a very expensive operation. That is why so many have moved towards sustainable technologies like solar energy. For most, when thinking of solar energy an image of large solar…


Added by Max DesMarais on August 17, 2016 at 10:30am — No Comments

5 Key Reasons Why Rooftop Solar Is Popular In The US

The rapid switch from traditional electricity to clean, economical and renewable solar energy is evident from the proliferation of rooftop solar panels in US homes and commercial buildings. Data shows that between 2008 and 2014, the use of solar power in homes, institutions and commercial buildings witnessed a significant growth of more than 50 percent annually. Solar is an attractive option in those areas since they are blessed with abundant sunshine. Florida, for…


Added by Olivia Taylor on June 22, 2016 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Setting up Your HVAC for Fall Maintenance

Summer is slowing down, you feel the first chill noticeable all around. It helps us to remember a great deal of things: leaves, the occasions/events, all things pumpkin, yet what you ought to likewise put on that rundown is your fall upkeep on your warmer! After a long summer, your HVAC(Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning System) needs the majority of its parts looked at! An inspection guarantees your system is running at…


Added by Crosbey Archery on November 3, 2015 at 10:00pm — No Comments

7 Safety Tips for Home Heating Systems

It's quite impossible to survive during those chilly winter nights without a proper home heating system. After all, this is what keeps you comfortable during those days when the temperature takes a dip. Quite unfortunately, most of the home fires occur due to malfunctioning of the heating systems. At times, this also occurs due to a fire triggered by a heating system that hasn’t been maintained properly. This is why it's advisable to keep the home heating system in a sound condition, in…


Added by SmithWatson on October 29, 2015 at 5:12am — No Comments

The Homeowner's Guide to Saving Money on Your Heating Bill

Keeping your home warm throughout a long winter can be a major expense. If you rely on oil or propane for heat, you likely know from experience that prices are rarely consistent.

Unlike natural gas or electricity, heating oil and propane aren't automatically sent to your home via the grid. While this means you have to arrange delivery yourself, it also gives you the freedom to shop around and potentially save money by paying attention to heating oil price projections in your…


Added by Brian Reilly on October 22, 2015 at 6:00am — No Comments

What to Consider For Heating and Cooling Design for a Tiny House

Are you considering building a tiny house? The move to tiny houses is sweeping across America. More people realize the benefits of living a clutter-free, minimal life.

However, one of the biggest advantages of living in a tiny house is that it you can save a lot of money. Running a tiny house is much cheaper than running the traditionally large American home.…


Added by Dan McKee on July 14, 2015 at 5:55am — 1 Comment

Energy shortage and HVAC business in Canada!!

Being a country of highest life expectancy, how much self reliant is Canada in power sector???

HVAC consumes a ton of power.........but low grade electrical items and accessories cannot uphold the power surge!! So, often they get spoiled.I reviewed the operation process of several HVAC providers in Markham, Canada. Unfortunately almost all of them are still old school typical operation method that actually does not efficiently gives a boost of supplied electricity. A few of them…


Added by Andrew Schnizel on July 1, 2015 at 7:43am — No Comments

Building a New Pool - Should I Install a Solar Pool Heater?

While few people will swim in the bad month or two we have where night temperatures approach freezing, many people expect to swim in their new pool year-round. When building a new pool your pool builder will inevitably as you how you want to heat it. Even here in Southwest Florida, pool heating is necessary to maximize your swimming…


Added by Jason Szumlanski on June 12, 2015 at 5:59am — No Comments

Some Useful Information about Furnace Air Filters

There is not much we can do about the air pollution outside of a house in Ottawa, Canada, but we can do something about the air pollution in your home, emanating from your furnace and air conditioning systems. It does not matter if you live in Montreal, Gatineau Canada, Mississauga or the GTA, has you covered to help you breathe clean air, wild paying less at wholesale prices.

If you are looking for…


Added by Ottawa Furnace Filters on May 21, 2015 at 11:13am — 1 Comment

Why should I have my ducts cleaned in Ottawa?

Have you ever thought that your indoor air mightbe dirtier than the outdoor air? Your disposable filter can only remove a small portion of…

Added by Fresh Air Duct Cleaning on May 21, 2015 at 7:32am — No Comments

The Use of Inferior Duct Cleaning Equipment in Ottawa Canada


There is equipment out there that some companies use, which is ineffective at efficiently cleaning ducts; as the consumer it is important that you understand that there are some companies out there that do not use equipment that properly cleans your ducts.

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association states the following:

“The most effective way to clean…


Added by Fresh Air Duct Cleaning on May 21, 2015 at 7:20am — No Comments

Points to Consider about the Best Furnace filter for indoor Air Quality

Amongst the top environmental health risks today, indoor air pollutants pose a major threat. Home insulation and air-tight structure add a lot to reduced indoor air quality. Many of the home improvements help save on energy costs, but they prevent fresh air from approaching into your home.…


Added by Crosbey Archery on May 5, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Mini-Split Heat Pumps are Quirky, Especially their Capacity

Mini-Split Heat Pumps are Quirky and Still Effective

The name "mini-splits" generally refers to heat pump systems with one outdoor unit and one or several smaller capacity air handlers. The efficiency of their operation comes via the inverter compressor and variable refrigerant…


Added by Chris Laumer-Giddens on September 17, 2014 at 1:32pm — 6 Comments

H.O. Electric Receives 2014 Best of Belmont Award

H.O. Electric Receives 2014 Best of Belmont Award


Belmont Award Program Honors the Achievement


BELMONT April 23, 2014 -- H.O. Electric has been selected for the 2014 Best of Belmont Award in the Air Conditioning…


Added by H.O. Electric on April 30, 2014 at 10:57am — No Comments

H.O. Electric, Best of Belmont 2013 - Air Conditioning

The Belmont Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses that serve their local market. Each year, we identify companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and community.…


Added by H.O. Electric on October 8, 2013 at 10:36am — No Comments

Jim Roche Named Plumber Manager at H.O. Electric, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling

Jim Roche, a North Shore resident, has been named Plumber Manager at H.O. Electric, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling.

Roche, who joined H.O. Electric in December of 2012, started his career in Massachusetts and brought his skills down to Florida for a time. Deciding on returning back to the Greater Boston Area he found his home with H.O. Electric as the companies new Plumbing Manager. In his new role,…


Added by H.O. Electric on January 24, 2013 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

4 Mini-Splits and Heat Pump Efficiency, Will It Work?

Yes, I drive tractors too. Along with the home energy audit work, I’m a farmer at heart. I received a call from a gentlemen that needs some help backfilling and leveling out the dirt around the foundation of his homes new addition.

Now that the ground is dry enough, I load up my 24 horsepower Kabota tractor with bucket, attach the tiller and head over to his place. I find an old original house that was constructed shortly after the wagon trains arrived. Attached to the side is the new…


Added by Don Ames on July 22, 2012 at 12:32pm — 1 Comment

The “Passive House:” Finally a Reality

In years past, the idea of the “passive house” was only a dream. In concept form, the passive house was one that minimized energy losses and operated at maximum energy efficiency. The result would be a home with little to no monthly energy expenses and a fraction of the environmental impact of most homes. Amazingly, the passive house is no longer just a dream; in fact, it’s become a reality. Several companies are able to build passive homes for everyday consumers, creating a huge shift in…


Added by Jeff Wendland on April 9, 2012 at 6:45am — 3 Comments

How will people afford to heat their homes?

Fuel poverty, that is to say people who can't afford to heat their homes, is at all time high levels in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. It causes at times a terrible human condition, death, which is estimated as 8,000 people per year in the U.K. There have been calls for immediate "super energy efficiency." No doubt the rest of the world is affected, also.

Heating oil prices in the U.S. are topping $4.11/gal(up), propane $2.90/gal(up), natural gas…


Added by Tom DelConte on March 2, 2012 at 8:17am — 2 Comments

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