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Upgrade your fireplace to greener, more efficient natural gas

    Stay warm. A gas fireplace insert is a great source of heat for a single room. While it won’t replace your standard heating system, rest assured that you can curl up in front of the fireplace and stay cozy all season long. Savor the beauty. Our fireplace inserts come in a variety of…

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Lake Sammamish windows & doors transformation

  This home overlooking Lake Sammamish got the works – new windows and sliding doors all around. Follow along with this photo essay to see the transformation. First things first, all of the old windows need to be removed. Here they are stacked up next to the truck. Coming soon to these empty spaces: beautiful…

Posted in Doors, Windows

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

5 home weatherization tips to stay cozy and efficient

The following tips feature easy checks, adjustments, and maintenance practices you can undertake now to ensure your fall and winter seasons stay warm, dry, and efficient. Keep those cold days warm Preparing your heating system for the weather change is perhaps the most important component of fall and winter comfort. Sediment build-up in your furnace…

Posted in Gas fireplace, Insulation

What is a home energy audit?

  Enter Will Martinez – Home Performance Extraordinaire! The audit begins with a test for leaks throughout the home including at the meter. A lot of energy loss can be attributed to under-code insulation in the attic. The great part for the homeowner is that you can explore your attic and crawlspace along with the…

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From the Washington Energy mailbag: heat pump vs. propane

“I’ve been reading your articles on heating and cooling with a heat pump vs. AC with great interest. Being from Northern Nevada and now living in Graham, WA, I’m rather suspicious of heat pumps. My wife and I just bought a house that needs renovation which includes replacing the heat pump. I’m used to the…

Posted in Ductless heat pump, Heat pump

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…

Posted in Tank water heaters, Tankless water heaters

End of summer maintenance tips

  Fireplaces Is there anything better than the warm glow and heat from a fireplace as the cold weather sets in? Before you begin using your wood-burning fireplace on a regular basis, you may need to have your flue and chimney professionally cleaned to ensure you can use it safely. Build-up, debris, and smoke can…

Posted in Gas fireplace, Insulation

Windows in pane? When to repair, and when to replace.

  Do your windows have ongoing problems? An occasional window repair makes sense from a time and cost perspective. Frequent window work, such as continuously removing condensation between panes, painting wood frames, or fixing drafty windows is another story. If you regularly find yourself opening your wallet simply to open your windows, it might be…

Posted in Windows

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