The rapid switch from traditional electricity to clean, economical and renewable solar energy is evident from the proliferation of rooftop solar panels in US homes and commercial buildings. Data shows that between 2008 and 2014, the use of solar power in homes, institutions and commercial buildings witnessed a significant growth of more than 50 percent annually. Solar is an attractive option in those areas since they are blessed with abundant sunshine. Florida, for…
Added by Olivia Taylor on June 23, 2016 at 2:30am — No Comments
It is completely and cheerfully sunny in India this year. Much to the delight of the Energy Developers in the country, large costs are cut down and are instead replaced with life-enhancing profit rates. By 2022, a predicted US$100 billion of investment and 100 GW of will have been clearly set out in the most-awaited ranks.
Thanks to India’s geographical setting, the blooms out like magnificent rows of sunflowers plotted along India’s country roads. Since curiosities get to be awakened…Continue
Added by Vivek Malhotra on March 17, 2016 at 7:00am — No Comments
In today’s day and age, it is not enough to simply talk about renewable energy or praise the initiatives that have been stemming up to establish solar power or wind power as suitable alternatives. We must help by coming up with ways to encourage energy conservation in buildings and energy efficient buildings in India.
We can do this by identifying several areas in which we can reduce our energy…Continue
Have you suddenly started noticing a spike in your energy bills? If yes, one of the main things you ought to check is your boiler/HVAC unit. May be it has very long since you brought it home. Perhaps you didn’t have an idea that your boiler is losing its life – since it might still be working – though erratic, slow, and noisy. Go through the following checklist and see if you can fix any problem that exists in your boiler/ HVAC unit.
If it’s Over 20 Years Old
Added by SmithWatson on September 1, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments
Being a country of highest life expectancy, how much self reliant is Canada in power sector???
HVAC consumes a ton of power.........but low grade electrical items and accessories cannot uphold the power surge!! So, often they get spoiled.I reviewed the operation process of several HVAC providers in Markham, Canada. Unfortunately almost all of them are still old school typical operation method that actually does not efficiently gives a boost of supplied electricity. A few of them…
Added by Andrew Schnizel on July 1, 2015 at 10:43am — No Comments
Smart home owners know solar energy offers an economical power source with obvious environmental benefits, but the upfront cost of buying and installing a system keep many away from adopting this new technology. Tampa, however, is a city that has whole-heartedly adopted solar power and is doing everything to realize its full potential. Solar companies in Tampa are therefore offering a number of solutions for not just big commercial houses but also individual to fit every budget, thus…Continue
Added by Olivia Taylor on June 10, 2015 at 5:30am — No Comments
J&M Services provides all aspects of Gas Plumbing and Ventilation. We specialize in Homeowner projects and take pride in our work. We enjoy our job and look forward to finding the most cost effective and cleanest installs possible for our customers. By specializing in Gas Pipe Installation in Portland and Ventilation, we have a high level of knowledge and expertise in our trade. We also gain significant purchasing power…Continue
Added by Steve Mckaye on May 20, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments
In a machine-driven, machine dependent world, power is the basic need. Power outage can bring all the activities to a grinding halt. Solar energy can provide a solid power boost to the bustling cities like Tampa, while helping the households and commercial establishments to reduce their carbon footprints.…Continue
Added by Olivia Taylor on April 24, 2015 at 5:58am — No Comments
My neighborhood is notorious for crimes. There are occasional news around thefts, robberies and petty crimes. The situation gets worse when there is seasonal influx of homeless population. The neighborhood has parks, hotels, motels, running businesses and shopping arcades. Besides, most of the houses have a…Continue
Added by Jack Scammell on March 21, 2015 at 2:25am — No Comments
If your building is not tested by air testing companies uk then air will continue to flow through the leakages and damage your wall, increase your power consumption and you will suffer from allergic diseases.
Air tightness testing can be done after the building construction is completed. It is recommended to hire air testing experts for your…Continue
Added by Lee Blanchard on March 10, 2015 at 7:42am — No Comments
Indoor air testing and detection of impure particles suspended in the air are definitely a laborious task but in order to keep a building and the rooms of a house safe and pollution-free, there are serious needs of air quality testing. We often tend to ignore the fact that due to air impurities almost more than seven million people die in the world every year due to respiratory ailments caused by moulds, termites, carpet dusts, pesticides and even room…Continue
Added by Lee Blanchard on March 9, 2015 at 6:48am — No Comments
It happened again yesterday: a new record (tell me if you know of a tighter house in Ontario if not Canada!) for air tightness was broken in Oakville by Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC) Ed Marion of Passive House Ontario.
And this was just a pre-drywall test, so it can only get better from here.…
DETROIT (WWJ) - Just ahead of the official start of summer (June 20), Metro Detroit is expecting a couple of days with near record-high temperatures.
“By dinner time Tuesday, 6 p.m., we’re still looking at 91 degrees in Metro Detroit with high humidity levels,” he said.
We have record heat coming for the next couple days around Metro Detroit. Air conditioners will be on full blast and people will be roasting in their 2nd story bedrooms at night.…Continue
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