Carbon monoxide (abbreviated CO) is a deadly gas. And it’s made more dangerous because it’s completely invisible to all of the human senses. We can’t smell it, taste it, touch it or see it and it makes no sound. That’s why every home in Northern California with gas appliances (like furnaces) should have a carbon
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Archive for November, 2013
Summer is in full swing in Northern California, and that means high energy costs from increased air conditioning use, so you may be looking for ways to save. But where can you find helpful information? You may be surprised to know that there are online resources all around that can help you reduce your energy bills.
If you’re thinking about making an energy efficiency improvement to your Northern California home (like installing a high-efficiency furnace), now is the best time to do so. December 31, 2013 is the last chance to take advantage of energy efficiency federal tax credits. These tax credits are 10% of the cost of the energy efficient
No matter what you do, it seems the holidays are always busy. And the gift-giving can cause some financial tension. To make your holidays less stressful and help you save some money, we have put together a 10 tips to an energy efficient holiday season. 1. Purchase Energy Efficient Gifts If you are purchasing electronics
Nobody likes to think about replacing their home heating system. But it becomes a necessity for just about every homeowner at some point in their life. So whether you’re replacing your heater because you want something more efficient or just because your old one broke down, here are the best options for you if you