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SecureAire’s Effectiveness on Airborne Pathogens Including COVID-19

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What the Center for Disease Control says about how the Coronavirus is spread.

The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person.

  • Between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet).
  • Through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes.

These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs.

It may be possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes, but the principle mode of transmission is by way of airborne droplets.

How easily a virus spreads from person-to-person can vary. Some viruses are highly contagious (spread easily), like measles, while other viruses do not spread as easily. Another factor is whether the spread is sustained, spreading continually without stopping.

The virus that causes COVID-19 seems to be spreading easily and sustainably in the community (“community spread”) in some affected geographic areas.

What is the difference between a virus and bacterium?

Viruses are not living thingsViruses are complicated assemblies of molecules, including proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and carbohydrates, but on their own they can do nothing until they enter a living cell. Without cells, such as human cells, viruses would not be able to multiply.

Bacteria are a major group of living organisms. Most are microscopic and unicellular, with a relatively simple cell structure lacking a cell nucleus, and organelles such as mitochondria and chloroplasts. Bacteria are the most abundant of all living organisms.

Viruses are smaller than bacteria and can’t survive without a living host. A virus attaches itself to cells and usually reprograms the cells to reproduce itself. Also, unlike bacteria, most viruses do cause disease. Common examples of virus-caused diseases include the common cold, AIDS, herpes, and chickenpox.

Why normal household filters won’t remove and destroy pathogens like viruses and bacteria.

There are two reasons why normal household filters are not effective at removing and/or destroying airborne viruses or bacteria:

  1. Viruses, bacteria and the smallest, health-threatening airborne particulates are so tiny, with so little mass, that they essentially remain permanently suspended in the air unless something makes them larger and heavier enough to be caught up in the airstream and brought back to a filtration device.
  2. Normal air filtration devices can’t trap small particles like viruses and bacteria, neither do they have a mechanism for destroying living organisms like bacteria.

How SecureAire’s technology removes and destroys airborne pathogens.

First, SecureAire® uses ACTIVE™ Particle Control to cause all airborne particles, including viruses and bacteria, to attract and bind to each other, making them larger and heavier so they get caught up in the normal household airstream and are then returned to our air purification cartridge.

Second, once captured in the air purification cartridge, all particles are collected on millions of individual fibers and held there with strong ionic bonds, where they will remain until the cartridge is removed and thrown away.

Those pathogens that are captured are subjected to a high-intensity energy field that will cause cellular stress and destroy any living organisms, including the toughest bacteria that are found in hospitals and critical care facilities.

Viruses, including the coronavirus, are relatively easy to capture and are retained on the air purification cartridge, removing them from the air and eliminating them as a health threat.

Along with airborne particulates and pathogens, airborne chemical compounds are caught up and absorbed in the air purification cartridge, also eliminating them as a health threat.

SecureAire’s effectiveness is further support by the recently released article published in the “American Journal of Infection Control”

What can be said regarding SecureAire’s Air Purification System capability of removing the Coronavirus from your home?

We cannot stop someone from bringing the Coronavirus into your home or spreading it by close contact with others.

What we can say, with confidence, is that SecureAire’s technology is proven in operating rooms and certified test laboratories to remove and destroy airborne pathogens, including bacteria and viruses, from the air that you breathe.

Along with cleaning the air, SecureAire’s Whole Home Systems can save you money by keeping your heating and cooling equipment clean, maintaining maximum efficiency and thereby extending service life. SecureAire is backed by a 5-year product warranty and a 30 day Satisfaction Guarantee.

Learn more about the SecureAire Air Purification System >>

 

Indoor Air Quality

1United States Environmental Protection Agency, Introduction to Indoor Air Quality

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Controlling airborne pathogens starts in the home

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According to the EPA and the American Lung Association, indoor air can be up to ten times more polluted than outdoor air1. That’s because every home generates and traps millions of potentially harmful airborne particles, pathogens and gases that are constantly breathed and absorbed by everyone in the home. Even as air moves through your heating and cooling system, these potentially harmful particles including mold spores, bacteria, viruses, pollen, smoke and even airborne dust are NOT transported to the filters in your system. Standard filters are not active and cannot kill pathogens thereby allowing the continued breeding and potential release of these potentially harmful organisms into your home.

While portable air cleaners can provide a certain level of effectiveness in individual rooms, there’s a new IAQ product that offers state of the art technology, it’s called: SecureAire. SecureAire, which is installed directly into your central heating and cooling system, has the ability to trap hazardous indoor air pollutants from every room in your home.  Its Active Particle Control Technology has been proven in hospitals and LEED certified commercial buildings to exceed passive filtration strategies. One such hospital is the Lake Tahoe Surgery Center.

The PACT system was installed into an existing 18,000 CFM Air Handler. In addition to the installation of the PACT System, Electronic filters complete with Ultra Violet Lights (UV) were installed in the pre-filter location. The existing 95% final filters were left in their original AHU position. It is important to note, that the system was monitored by the facilities department prior to the PACT system installation and quarterly since the original installation.

Dr. Randy Watson, MD., of the Lake Tahoe Surgery Center, provided some further insight into the operation of the new air purification Technology, stating, “Since that time, I know down to the smallest decimal point what our infection rate is, zero! We have had no infections of any type since implementing your system.”

An incredible example of SecureAire’s power brings us to the vacation hot spot, Las Vegas. Many guests staying on the Vegas strip complain that the hotels are overrun by odors, especially the smell of smoke. The Las Vegas Renaissance Hotel is almost exclusively a non-smoking hotel, with the third floor set aside for smoking rooms. The hotel’s management wanted to explore the possibility of transitioning the smoking rooms into non-smoking rooms during peak times to accommodate as many guests as possible. This would require more than fresh linens and air freshener as the smoke smell was embedded into the furniture, walls, and carpet of the smoking rooms.

The Las Vegas Renaissance hotel also turned to SecureAire to demonstrate its ability to detect and reduce air contaminants, including tobacco smoke. To test the effectiveness of the SecureAire air purification system an air quality monitor called AQM-100 was used, which identifies potential indoor air contaminants in real time, one minute intervals. Also the hotel’s housekeeping manager, director of HR, director of marketing, and the HVAC engineer served as judges to determine if they could still smell smoke in the rooms. After 26 minutes of employing the SecureAire’s Particle Accelerated Collision Technology (PACT) none of the hotel employees could detect any smoke smell and the AQM- 100 displayed particle count reductions of 74%. With SecureAire’s PACT technology, the smoking rooms were deemed clean enough for non-smokers.

Along with cleaning the air, SecureAire’s Whole Home Systems can save you money by keeping your heating and cooling equipment clean, maintaining maximum efficiency and thereby extending service life. SecureAire is backed by a 5-year product warranty and a 30 day Satisfaction Guarantee.

Learn more about the SecureAire Air Purification System >>

 

Indoor Air Quality

1United States Environmental Protection Agency, Introduction to Indoor Air Quality

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Get warm and fuzzy with home weatherization

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Windows and doors

Reducing leaks around windows, doors and chimneys in your home will result in considerable annual energy savings. Caulking and weatherstripping are two simple and effective air-sealing techniques that offer quick returns on investment, often one year or less. Caulk is generally used for cracks and openings between stationary house components such as around door and window frames, and weatherstripping is used to seal components that move, such as doors and operable windows.

Insulation

Insulation in your home provides resistance to heat flow. The more heat flow resistance your insulation provides, the lower your heating and cooling costs. Properly insulating your home not only reduces heating and cooling costs, but also improves comfort. To get started, here are some basic tips:

  • Older structures may be under-insulated since the amount of insulation in ceilings, walls, and floors is often determined by the building or energy code requirements mandated at the time the structure was built.
  • Check to see if your attic and basement (or crawl space) have a sufficient level of insulation.
  • Consider adding insulation when embarking on a home remodeling project.
  • Install pipe insulation on all exposed hot water pipes.
  • Install pipe insulation on the first three feet of exposed cold water pipe connected to the water heater.

Heating and cooling

Heating and cooling your home is the largest single factor in your energy bill. These heating and cooling tips can help you to increase the efficiency. To get started, here are some basic tips:

    • Identify places that heat escapes from your home. Check for gaps and holes that allow heat to escape, raising your heating bills and making your home drafty and less comfortable.
      Check your furnace filter(s) monthly. During the heating season (also during the cooling season if you use air conditioning). The proper time interval for replacing or cleaning filters will vary depending on the rate of accumulation of pet hair, dust, and carpet lint in your home. Consider joining our automatic Filter Renewal Program. Call 800-398-4663 for details.
    • Lower your thermostat. On average, for each degree you consistently lower your thermostat, your heating energy consumption drops by two percent. Therefore, keep your thermostat at the lowest comfortable setting (68 degrees or lower). Look into a programmable thermostat to help automate your heating and cooling system.
    • Seal your home’s unheated spaces. If ductwork goes through an unheated basement, attic or crawl space, check for leaky joints or disconnected sections. Seal leaky joints with latex duct mastic or foil backed butyl tape. Reconnect any loose sections, seal, and support.
    • Install weather stripping and door sweeps along with caulking any exposed cracks or missing seals. For a no-cost fix, roll up a bath towel and hold it against the bottom of the door with a weight.
    • Replace caulking around your home’s windows to reduce air leaks. Use non-hardening “rope caulk” to temporarily seal gaps on little-used, movable windows and sliding doors.
      If your home’s windows are single-paned, consider installing inexpensive “tape-up” interior storm windows for a low-cost, temporary fix. Caution: Make sure that doors and windows can be opened as emergency exits in case of fire.

Maintenance is a time consuming task, but extremely important to protect your investment in a home-comfort system. Put your maintenance on autopilot with our Guardian Maintenance Program.

If you don’t know where to start, we recommend a comprehensive Home Energy Audit. Our 3-hour home inspection will find opportunities to save you money and you’ll also receive a 20-page report on your home’s performance. Schedule a home energy audit today.

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Energy-saving resolutions for 2016

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Get a baseline.

What does your energy usage look like? Where is the most energy being wasted? Is your home performing at its optimum level? How can you improve it? These questions are nearly impossible to answer on your own. That’s where WES comes in. Our detailed Home energy audit will give you a thorough understanding of your home’s performance, including:

  • Customized color report detailing audit results
  • Prioritized list of opportunities to improve home’s performance
  • Tips to improve indoor air quality
  • Utility savings modeling on home
  • Detailed breakdown of available incentives and rebates

Go DIY.

Want to save some dough and stay in shape? Go DIY this year. While professionals should take on the more advanced projects, oftentimes, with a little elbow grease (and perhaps a YouTube how-to video), we can tackle the easier projects ourselves. Plus it’s a great step to staying in shape, allowing you to check two resolutions off your list. Take a look at these calorie-burning projects, courtesy of houselogic.com:

  • Building a fence: 340 calories per hour
  • Cleaning rain gutters: 272 calories per hour
  • Installing ceramic tile: 238 calories per hour
  • Interior painting: 136 calories per hour
  • Mowing the lawn: 306 calories per hour
  • Planting shrubs: 238 calories per hour
  • General gardening: 204 calories per hour

Save for the upgrades.

Are you budgeting for home upgrades? Whether you have an appliance that’s been on the fritz, drafty windows that have condensation, or a water heater that has felt rather cool lately, this could be the year to take the plunge and replace them. Or perhaps you just want to replace an older appliance with a more energy-efficient model. Either way, stash some cash away every month for upgrades.

Start upgrading.

If you’re operating appliances from the 90’s or early 2000’s (or yikes, even before) you’re spending too much on energy—plain and simple. Water heaters, refrigerators, dishwashers, and washer/dryers can be huge energy wasters. Make 2016 the year you finally say goodbye to the energy hogs and say hello to sleek, energy-efficient models.

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What happens during an HVAC tune-up?

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Regular maintenance and tune-ups hold many benefits, including better performance, greater longevity, and a reduced risk of problems or breakdowns when you need your HVAC system the most. Your Seattle HVAC service can help you enjoy the improved home comfort that comes with a well-tuned system by offering regular tune-up services for both your home heating and cooling systems. Keep reading to discover what to expect from a professional HVAC tune-up and why your home can benefit so much from this simple service.

Inspection

HVAC tune-up services begin with a thorough inspection of your entire heating and cooling system, including your appliances and your thermostat. This inspection checks the condition of the electrical and mechanical components inside each appliance to look for dirt, wear, or damage that may affect heating and cooling performance. Your flue and ductwork will also be inspected for damage, corrosion, or buildup. During the inspection, your HVAC service technician will closely examine any and all safety measures to ensure your system is operating within safe and optimal parameters. The batteries in your thermostat will also be checked and replaced if necessary, and any minor adjustments your system may require will be made as part of your tune-up service, such as straightening your air conditioner coil fins and checking the schedule set in your thermostat.

Cleaning

HVAC tune-up services also include a full system cleaning. Dirt and dust buildup are a common cause of increased energy bills and poor HVAC performance, as airflow and efficiency are both hindered by these conditions. Your HVAC technician will take care to clean away any buildup and corrosion inside your heating and cooling appliances, paying attention to every area, including electrical components for safety. During this portion of the HVAC tune-up service, your technician will also check and replace your air filter if necessary for cleaner indoor air and improved airflow through your heating and cooling system. If your system includes a condensate tray or drip line, these components will also be emptied and cleaned to prevent leaks and backups.

Recommendations

Once the system check and any cleaning services have been completed, your HVAC technician will brief you on the status of your heating and cooling system. He will also make recommendations based on his overall findings, such as whether components of your heating and cooling system require repair or replacement, and whether you may want to consider an additional service such as duct cleaning for a healthier home and better HVAC performance. You will also be able to ask your HVAC technician any questions you may have about your system, such as its age, general condition, and whether he might recommend upgrading or replacing the system in the future for better performance and monthly savings. If you opt to make any necessary repairs immediately, your technician will complete this service before your tune-up is considered complete.

Is your HVAC system overdue for a tune-up to improve its performance? Our experienced heating and cooling technicians in Seattle offer precision tune-ups for indoor and outdoor home comfort systems, as well as for fireplaces, generators, and water heaters. You can find out more about this service and our other home comfort solutions when you visit us on the web, or read more about how to keep your HVAC system in great shape on our monthly blog.

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The health and economic benefits of air duct cleaning

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Stay healthy.

According to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), a typical six-room home can accumulate up to 40 pounds of dust annually through everyday living. Yes, 40 pounds. These contaminants are pulled in through the system and re-circulated up to seven times a day. This re-circulation causes a build-up of contaminants in the ducts, so that dirty air continuously flows as the heating and cooling system operates.

While you may feel fine, this contaminated air may lead to health issues down the road (especially for children), and are particularly harmful for those with respiratory conditions, autoimmune disorders, and allergies. Duct cleaning by Washington Energy removes the pollutants, and by extension, some of the underlying causes for these health conditions.

Stay economical.

Not only are dirty air ducts potentially hazardous to your health, they can be hazardous to your wallet as well. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 25 to 40 percent of the energy used for heating or cooling a home is wasted. That’s money being thrown away with every turn of the thermostat. Plus, the build-up of dust, dirt, dander, and allergens in your heating and cooling system causes it to work harder than it needs to, thus shortening its lifespan.

Stay on schedule.

In the Puget Sound area, many homeowners opt to have their ducts cleaned every two years, as our climate serves as a perfect host for mold, mildew, fungus, and bacteria, in addition to the contaminants mentioned previously. Fall is an ideal time to have this service completed, before you kick your furnace into high gear for winter.

If you’re concerned with the air quality of your home, have a family member suffering from respiratory issues or allergies, or simply want a fresh start with clean ducts and a renewed peace of mind, contact Washington Energy. When it comes to your physical (and financial) health, we can help you breathe easy.

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Fall for these 5 autumn maintenance tips

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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 or caulking to keep the warmth in and the cold out. If your windows continually allow cold air in or you see condensation between panes, it’s probably time to replace them. Luckily, with 20% off all windows and doors from WES, this can be your warmest winter yet.

Get your mind in the gutter.

Fall’s beautiful red and gold leaves mean clogged gutters and a whole lot of work if left for months on end. Clean your gutters and downspouts now and regularly throughout the fall and winter. Also, consider installing gutter guards to keep this task manageable (and bearable).

Inspect your furnace.

Before you really kick your furnace into full gear, consider having it serviced by a professional. Our precision tune-ups provide a 37-point inspection that will ensure your system runs efficiently, effectively, and safely. By inspecting, testing, tightening, and cleaning, this service can also help extend the life of your furnace. If it’s time to replace it, check out furnaces from WES—they’re 20% off for a limited time.

Speaking of heat

This fall, inspect your water heater for leaks and always keep an eye out for rusty water. Pay special attention to the year in which your water heater was manufactured. If it is nearing or over ten years old—or if it’s just not performing to your needs and you’re tired of cold showers in the morning—consider replacing it with a tankless water heater from WES; they’re 20% off for a limited time. With optimum efficiency and endless hot water, it’ll ensure your winter mornings stay warm and relaxing.

Prepare your yard.

It’s time to accept it—spring and summer are over. And while we still get to enjoy the beautifully colored foliage of fall for a while longer, it’s time to prepare our yards for winter. Here are a few quick tips to get your yard in shape for the colder temperatures.

  • Remove dead annuals and mulch perennials—mulching will help prepare your yard for winter by guarding plants the cold, harsh weather.
  • Rake leaves and lawn clippings to prevent areas of your lawn from being buried under leaves and getting sun-deprived.
  • Clear out any plant debris from your garden to prevent mildew, mold, and other problems that can result from stagnation.
  • Do one last complete weeding of your lawn and garden.

Keep in mind that fall is a great time to catch up on any home improvement and maintenance tasks that may have fallen to the wayside this summer. You’ll be glad you did in mid-January when the temperature has dropped, and the cozy fire is calling your name.

Don’t forget, our cash for energy clunkers sale continues until 11/30/2015, so be sure to check out our heating and cooling systems, windows, doors, tankless water heaters, siding, generators, gas fireplace inserts, and insulation. We have the products you want at 20% off, and the energy savings you need to keep your home (and your wallet) happy.

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Simple prep list for “northwest” winter

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Thinking about disaster is never fun, and it often hits the back burner, so if time is limited just start by taking this short list of basics to the store. Stock up yourself or use it to create a great holiday gift for someone you love.

Condition Prep List
Winter Driving Chains & instructions for putting them on*
Snow shovel and ice scraper in the car
with space blanket
Check tire tread. Consider winter radials if you travel over the passes.
Have your insurance card in the car, especially if you have emergency road service coverage.
Winter Sidewalks Rock salt is environmentally safe and melts ice on driveways, sidewalks and front steps.
Flooding
(non-river)
Check gutters to clear debris and ensure they direct water away from the foundation of the house.
Clear drains, a much city flooding comes from clogged drains.
Add weather stripping to doors to prevent water from coming in under them.
Test sump pump to ensure it is working.
Seal walls in basement with waterproofing compounds.
Power Outage Consider getting a gas powered standby generator or another alternate heating source.
Stockpile wood now for fireplace/stove.
Long burning safety candles
Batteries for the flashlight.
Keep car fueled up as power outages disable gas pumps.
Trim or remove trees on your property that could fall on your house or power lines.

Safety first! Never use portable generators or barbeques in the house – they produce lethal carbon monoxide. You can’t smell it and it can kill you.

Learn more about preparing for disasters at www.ready.gov. Washington Energy is here 365 days a year to help you stay warm and dry this winter. For more information on standby generators, or for plumbing and drain cleaning, give us a call at 800-398-4663.

*Note: chains are not recommended for use on some models of all wheel drive vehicles. Consult your auto maker.

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2015 government changes to water heaters will affect you

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Who made the new rulings?

The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) was approved by Congress and is administered by the US Department of Energy (DOE). This is the same organization that oversees the EnergyStar program. That translates to: this is serious business and a real change for all water heaters sold in the US.

What are the new water heater regulations?

Water heaters produced after April 16, 2015 must conform to new energy efficiency standards. These translate to a mandatory increase of 3% – 30% greater efficiency vs. current models. The amount varies by tank size based on formulas. The larger the tank, the more the efficiency is required. The gains in efficiency are small, but given that the vast majority of homes in America have a water heater; small can add up to big savings for the environment.

How does this affect me?

If you have a tankless water heater with an efficiency rating above .82, (all that we sell are at this level), good news, your water heater already complies. However if you are in one of the hundreds of thousands of Western Washington homes, condos and apartments with a standard tank water heater – please read on!

In order to gain the efficiency, manufacturers will be adding additional insulation to water heater tanks. This will impact you as follows:

1. Fitting it in your house. Unlike the new light bulbs that fit in the same sockets as incandescent ones, the new tanks are not going to be the same size. The Rheem tankless water heaters are 27-1/2″ in height, 18-1/2″ in width and 9-3/4″ in depth. If you have a tight closet or a small door, you may have to relocate your water heater, or take off door jambs to bring it in. And sorry, we (or any installer) would have to charge for that if we did it. There will also be new and larger venting required for some gas water heaters.

2. Manufacturer price increase. All of the manufacturers will have to re-tool production lines, and this is expensive. Combine that with increased materials cost from adding more insulation to tanks and we anticipate retail price increases in the range of $100.

3. Custom install solutions needed. To fit some homes and apartments may require creative planning on the part of your installer. For example: If a 50 gallon tank won’t fit, a 40 gallon tank with an added mixing valve may produce the hot water you need. Fortunately our team has the experience to do that.

4. Some larger sized tanks may be discontinued. If you have a large size electric tank (66 or 80 gallon) or 75 gallon gas water heater, some of these are being discontinued. While new products may come along to replace them, the installer community has not yet seen them.

What can I do right now?

Standard water heater tanks last around 8-10 years. If you are thinking it’s time to replace or if you have an older tank located in a tight closet (hello condo & apartment dwellers!), we recommend doing it sooner than later.

Three choices for replacement

1. Upgrade to tank water heaters that already qualify at the new energy efficiency levels, (gas or propane).

2. Replace with your same tank style and size while still available.

3. Consider a move to a tankless water heater.

For gas water heaters, models are available today that meet and actually exceed the new standards. Tankless water heaters are an available option as they run on gas or propane and meet the new energy standards. We also carry super efficient standard tanks, for example, Rheem Power Damper water heaters. They are EnergyStar rated and exceed the new efficiency standards, saving you even more on your water heating costs. This type of water heater costs a bit more than today’s standard gas water heater, but we expect it to be closer in price to the new gas water heaters in 2015. So you can start saving energy now, at around the price you might pay next year.

Current hot water heater tank styles can still be installed after April 16, 2015 but inventory will eventually run out. Installers and suppliers are stocking the last of the available current style tanks as we know many people will want them.

Whatever the new rules bring, Washington Energy will be able to provide you with water heater choices, custom installation and competitive pricing. For a free all-inclusive quote over the phone, please call us at 800-398-4663. Group discounts are available now for condos and apartment buildings.

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Winter is coming

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winter is coming

Prep your home for winter coupons.

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