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Protect Yourself from Wildfire Smoke

As many people have noticed, the air quality is at an all time low due to the raging wildfires in Washington State. The East side of the state has been hit particularly hard and strong winds has blown the smoke into the Puget Sound area. Scientific modeling and consensus shows poor air quality from smoke…

Posted in : Cooling, Indoor Air Quality

Facts about World Environment Day

Since 1974 the United Nations has lead the celebration for World Environment Day on June 5th annually. It is celebrated in over 100 countries as a day to encourage awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Each year there is a different theme and host country with 2019’s theme being “Beat Air Pollution”…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling, Indoor Air Quality

Severe NW heatwave & drought predictions

Not only are we going into summer with predictions about some of the hottest summers in Washington, but we’re expecting one of the driest. Over the past couple summers we have seen increasingly drier and hotter summers with summer of 2019 keeping that trend alive. The National Weather Service & NOAA is predicting over 60%…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling, Air conditioning, Seattle

Improve Indoor Air Quality During Wildfire Smoke

As many people have noticed, the air quality is at an all time low due to the raging wildfires in Washington State. The East side of the state has been hit particularly hard and strong winds has blown the smoke into the Puget Sound area. Scientific modeling and consensus shows poor air quality from smoke…

Posted in : Cooling, Indoor Air Quality

3 Reasons Smart Homes Are The Future

✓ Energy Efficiency We’re Washington Energy Services—you know we have to talk about energy efficiency! Smart home technology allows products and appliances to operate using the lowest amount of energy possible. The Bryant Housewise™ Wi-Fi® Thermostat is a great example, as it completely manages and assesses your home’s heating and cooling settings to operate at…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling, News, Home improvement, Smart Home

Heat Pumps: Your Questions Answered

What is a heat pump, and how does it differ from an air conditioner? We have an awesome post that explains the difference between heat pumps and air conditioners in detail, but the gist is this: An air conditioning system, like your fridge, absorbs heat from air that passes over the coil, and the resulting cool…

Posted in : Cooling, Air conditioning, Heat pump, Home improvement

A Brief History of Air Conditioning

Nowadays we have a hard time imagining the sweltering hot temperature of some locales without the luxury of a cool breeze from the central air conditioner blowing in our face. But in fact, people lived for centuries without cooling appliances. When did the need for cool air indoors arise, and where does the invention of…

Posted in : Cooling, Air conditioning

Seattle’s Forecast for Another Hot Summer

In 2017, Seattle’s rainfall was over 10 in. above average, and we broke a 122 year old record for the wettest winter-spring season (Oct-April)*. This was followed by 55 days without rain, breaking another record. Earlier snow melting and drier summers will have significant consequences for our Northwest ecosystem, including impacts on fish populations and…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling, Air conditioning, Seattle

Which Energy Upgrades Qualify for Utility Rebates?

There are significant incentives provided by our local utilities to help us make saving energy a priority. Many product categories have utility rebates available, and each utility has slightly different offers. The primary emphasis is on saving electricity. Additional goals include efficient use of natural gas or water through high efficiency equipment. While the majority…

Posted in : Heating, Cooling, How to, Tips to save money, Home improvement, Rebates

How To Get A Utility Rebate for Saving Energy

Why Are There Utility Rebates? Our state has set efficiency and conservation requirements for our utilities to hit. “The total amount of savings regulated utilities expected to save in 2017 was roughly equivalent to the amount of electricity it would take to power over 38,000 homes, and the amount of natural gas it would take…

Posted in : Windows, Heating, Cooling, Air conditioning, Home energy audit, Tips to save money

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