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There are more ways to save a few hundred dollars than you might be aware.  With HVAC rebates you have multiple options to get the most out of any new system for less. If your home has radiant, ceiling, baseboard, or wall heat you are eligible for rebates from either the Energy Trust of Oregon or the Clark Public Utilities […]
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  Most Americans spend a significant amount of their time indoors. This includes home, offices, schools, shopping and more. Breathing quality indoor air is important not only for comfort, but also for health. Indoor air quality can be improved with good filtration and with air scrubbers. Filters work by removing air particulates such as pollens, microbes, germs and dust. They […]
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Want AC this summer? Think about installing a Mini Split AC Portland or Vancouver. How about a heat pump that can be used for both heating and cooling? Ductless mini split systems are an affordable solution that can resolve all of your heating and cooling needs. Get Comfortable With a Mini Split AC Portland and Vancouver A new ductless mini split […]
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Yes, most people don’t realize that you can in fact add an air conditioner Vancouver or heat pump to an existing furnace without having to replace the whole system. You do not have to replace the furnace in order to add the AC or heat pump, however sometimes it can be a good idea to replace the furnace as well. […]
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The battle between heat pumps and air conditioners has raged on for generations. For many years, the air conditioner was the king of cooling. In fact, no formidable cooling opponent challenged its reign for nearly forty years. Air conditioners cooled homes across all the world and were loved by many. But one day, a challenger arose. From the depths of the […]
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Heat pump efficiency ratings are important because they directly affect your energy bills. Manufacturers don’t make these industry terms easy to understand and these efficiency calculations are far everyday layman’s terms. Measurements like SEER, HSPF, EER, and ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ are all acronyms that represent heat pump efficiency measurements. Well, okay the last one was just the alphabet, but you get the picture. […]
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Purchasing a new is less than simple. Here are five factors you should consider before making the purchase. 1. Efficiency Efficiency is one of the biggest factors that affects furnace price. As a rule of thumb, the higher the efficiency the higher the price of the furnace. However, higher efficiency also means lower energy bills which in turn results in […]
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This morning we had the privilege of meeting with Simone, an Energy Advisor from Energy Trust of Oregon. Comfort Advisor, Brian Trenda, President of the company David Adams, and I were fortunate enough to meet with Simone. She gave us an update on all of the incentive and rebate programs available for both Washington and Oregon residents. We are excited […]
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There are many different kinds of HVAC filters. The most common filter is a disposable type known as a pleated filter. To the left is an example of a disposable pleated filter. The surface of these filters are not flat. In fact they are quite rigid. In the picture to the left you can see ridges or peaks on the […]
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Did you know that according to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air is 2-5 times more polluted than the outdoor air? I didn’t. Did you also know that most of the dirt and dust indoors comes from dead skin cells? I didn’t. Lastly, did you know studies have shown that men and women spend 90% of their time indoors? I […]
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