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Oct

Your HVAC vs. the “World’s Worst Air”

In our native Northwest climes, famous for Evergreen trees that remove carbon dioxide from the air and emit oxygen to improve air quality, the alarming reversal of fortune that saw Seattle register the world’s worst air quality in ten years was truly staggering. For the first time in at least a decade, the average number of days with moderate or worse air quality in […]

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Oct

Hit or Myth? Ductless Mini-Splits Myths and Misconceptions 

When Ductless Mini-Split systems, also known as Ductless Heat Pumps, began to surge in popularity around the Pacific Northwest, a number of myths and misperceptions sprung from the word-of-mouth of the unacquainted and uninformed. Outdated information can spread as quickly as praise and recommendations keeping homeowners from making the best choices about heating and cooling. To demystify those misbegotten first impressions, here […]

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Oct

Will Soybean and Canola Oils Power 200,000 Kitsap Homes?

One of the country’s largest independent energy companies is partnering with a property owner west of Kitsap Lake to propose a biodiesel power plant at a former rock quarry.   Biodiesel fuel consists of a mix mainly of soybean and canola oils, a byproduct of animal feed. The 14-acre total site will include storage for 1.87 million gallons.  Consultants for Tenaska, based in […]

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Oct

Want Simultaneous Heating and Cooling? Try VRF!

Fall is that “in-between season” where how to dress from one day to the next can be anybody’s guess. Keeping your living spaces consistently comfortable in this weather can be a challenge. Some rooms can be too cold while others are too warm. Do you run the heat or the AC? How about both in different areas?  You can […]

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Oct

What’s Ahead? New Heating & Cooling Efficiency Standards for 2023

On Jan. 1, 2023, new minimum efficiency standards for heat pumps and air conditioners go into effect across the United States. Federal standards for equipment efficiencies are implemented by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in accordance with the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA) of 1975. This is the first time since 2015 that DOE is updating air conditioner […]

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