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The Science Behind the Anode Rod

What is the Anode Rod? Have you ever wondered how does a big metal tank full of water prevent itself from rusting? The answer is the anode rod. So, what is an anode rod and how does it work? Rust, or corrosion of metal, is created when water, oxygen and metal come in contact with…

Posted in : Tank water heaters, Tankless water heaters, Tips to save money, Home improvement, HVAC

Tank and Tankless Water Heaters

What’s the Difference Between Tank and Tankless Water Heaters? Your water heater provides you with a steady supply of hot water, these appliances give you confidence every time you turn on the tap for a bath or to do the dishes. However, there are many distinctions and varieties of water heaters, and understanding these will…

Posted in : Heating, Tank water heaters, Tankless water heaters

Three tips for saving money as the weather changes

As the weather cools down, your thermostat slowly begins to creep up. Your home may start to feel a bit drafty and your hot showers get a bit longer. There is hope — here are three ways to combat higher energy bills. Time your heat. It’s tempting to crank that heat every time you feel…

Posted in : Windows, Heating, Ductless heat pump, Tank water heaters, Furnace, Home energy audit, Tankless water heaters, Gas fireplace, Insulation

Is your water heater failing?

Your water heater may be the unsung, tireless workhorse of your home, but it’s not immortal. Here are a few signs that your water heater is about to fail… and that cold times may be ahead. Your water heater is over ten years old. The age of your water heater matters. It is the catalyst…

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Residential boilers: the classically efficient choice

How do boilers work? These classic heating systems operate by warming water to a preset temperature and circulating that fluid in pipes throughout a dwelling. And when we say classic, we mean it—the first boiler was invented in the late 1700’s. While boilers may often be associated with commercial buildings, schools, or other large structures,…

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Fall for these 5 autumn maintenance tips

    Keep the cold out. Feeling a little drafty now? Just wait until winter. Drafty doors and windows not only make for uncomfortable living spaces, but they also cause unnecessary energy loss and costs. That’s why it’s crucial to conduct a window and door audit of your home and install any necessary weather stripping…

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Warm up to a tankless water heater

It’s only after you’ve calmed your chattering teeth that you realize you were the fifth member of the family to take a shower this morning—big mistake. Don’t worry, there’s a way to ensure your showers stay warm, whether you’re first, fifth, or tenth in the shower queue. It’s time to go tankless. Unlike a standard…

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Cash for energy clunkers

But first things first: products don’t last forever. As your home’s comfort systems get older, they become inefficient and costly. That’s why for a limited time (Until 11/30/2015) you can trade in your old heating and cooling systems, windows, siding, tankless water heaters, generators, and gas fireplaces for 20% off replacements and installation from Washington…

Posted in : Windows, Heating, Cooling, Siding, Heat pump, Tankless water heaters, Gas fireplace

Top 10 back to school energy savings

  Be in hot water Is your water heater up to the challenge of multiple, concurrent showers? Getting ready for school and work can put a strain on an old or undersized water heater—making showers chilly. If your water heater is nearing ten years old, it may be time for an energy-efficient upgrade from Washington…

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Conserving water: ethical and economical

  The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated 18 counties in Washington State as natural disaster areas because of the statewide drought. With high temperatures and a lack of rain, it’s clear that water conservation is more important than ever. Incorporating efficient, water-saving fixtures and products into your home not only helps the environment—it’s crucial…

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