Emily Ambrose
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Building Performance Institute liked Emily Ambrose's blog post 2020 Industry Trends in HVAC, Home Performance & Solar
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2020 Industry Trends in HVAC, Home Performance & Solar

-By Jake VP, Energy Circle Content WriterIt isn’t just a new year, it’s a new decade. Is your New Year's Resolution to simply “keep up the good work”? Of course not — you want to know where the better building sector is headed, so you aren’t left behind as the HVAC, solar, and home performance industries continue to change and progress.In the…See More
Jan 9
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2020 Industry Trends in HVAC, Home Performance & Solar

-By Jake VP, Energy Circle Content WriterIt isn’t just a new year, it’s a new decade. Is your New Year's Resolution to simply “keep up the good work”? Of course not — you want to know where the better building sector is headed, so you aren’t left behind as the HVAC, solar, and home performance industries continue to change and progress.In the…See More
Jan 9
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Advanced Landing Pages: Why Going the Extra Mile Matters

Growing up, whenever guests were expected for dinner or a long weekend visit, my mother would spend lots of time and energy aggressively cleaning and arranging all the “key” rooms in the house: the dining room, the living room, the guest room. We would say to her, “Why do you invite people over so much when it’s so much hard work to prepare?” She would respond, “I don’t clean because people are coming over—I invite people over so that I will clean!” Landing pages on your website are like the…See More
Nov 5, 2019
Emily Ambrose's blog post was featured

Advanced Landing Pages: Why Going the Extra Mile Matters

Growing up, whenever guests were expected for dinner or a long weekend visit, my mother would spend lots of time and energy aggressively cleaning and arranging all the “key” rooms in the house: the dining room, the living room, the guest room. We would say to her, “Why do you invite people over so much when it’s so much hard work to prepare?” She would respond, “I don’t clean because people are coming over—I invite people over so that I will clean!” Landing pages on your website are like the…See More
Oct 31, 2019
rebecca bridges liked Emily Ambrose's blog post People Dislike Utilities — So Make Them Love You
Oct 24, 2019
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People Dislike Utilities — So Make Them Love You

–By Jake Van Paepeghem, Energy Circle If you’ve followed the news coming out of Northern California this month, you probably already know that 738,000 PG&E customers in 38 counties were…See More
Oct 24, 2019
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People Dislike Utilities — So Make Them Love You

–By Jake Van Paepeghem, Energy Circle If you’ve followed the news coming out of Northern California this month, you probably already know that 738,000 PG&E customers in 38 counties were…See More
Oct 23, 2019
Emily Ambrose posted a blog post

Advanced Landing Pages: Why Going the Extra Mile Matters

Growing up, whenever guests were expected for dinner or a long weekend visit, my mother would spend lots of time and energy aggressively cleaning and arranging all the “key” rooms in the house: the dining room, the living room, the guest room. We would say to her, “Why do you invite people over so much when it’s so much hard work to prepare?” She would respond, “I don’t clean because people are coming over—I invite people over so that I will clean!” Landing pages on your website are like the…See More
Oct 18, 2019
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9 Building Science & Energy Efficiency Blogs We’re Reading

The world wide web is a wonderful thing, but there’s a lot of swill out there. It helps to have a few go-to sources of good, reliable, accurate, and useful information and insights. By our estimation, for professionals in the home performance, solar, or HVAC industry, the following blogs are some of the very best. In no particular order:Musings of an Energy Nerd…See More
Oct 1, 2019
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9 Building Science & Energy Efficiency Blogs We’re Reading

The world wide web is a wonderful thing, but there’s a lot of swill out there. It helps to have a few go-to sources of good, reliable, accurate, and useful information and insights. By our estimation, for professionals in the home performance, solar, or HVAC industry, the following blogs are some of the very best. In no particular order:Musings of an Energy Nerd…See More
Sep 26, 2019
Emily Ambrose's blog post was featured

Getting High Quality On-the-Job Images with CompanyCam

- by Jake VP, Energy Circle Content WriterThe issue with compiling high quality, original, story-telling photos is usually more about the ”how” then the “where” or the “when.” When you run a solar, home performance, or HVAC business with crews out in the field all day, there are ample opportunities to capture an image that can show customers what sets your business apart.…See More
Sep 26, 2019
Al Tibbs liked Emily Ambrose's blog post Getting High Quality On-the-Job Images with CompanyCam
Sep 26, 2019
Emily Ambrose posted a blog post

Getting High Quality On-the-Job Images with CompanyCam

- by Jake VP, Energy Circle Content WriterThe issue with compiling high quality, original, story-telling photos is usually more about the ”how” then the “where” or the “when.” When you run a solar, home performance, or HVAC business with crews out in the field all day, there are ample opportunities to capture an image that can show customers what sets your business apart.…See More
Sep 20, 2019

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Emily Ambrose's Blog

2020 Industry Trends in HVAC, Home Performance & Solar

Posted on January 9, 2020 at 11:00am 0 Comments

-By Jake VP, Energy Circle Content Writer

It isn’t just a new year, it’s a new decade. Is your New Year's Resolution to simply “keep up the good work”? Of course not — you want to know where the better…

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Advanced Landing Pages: Why Going the Extra Mile Matters

Posted on October 30, 2019 at 11:30am 0 Comments

Growing up, whenever guests were expected for dinner or a long weekend visit, my mother would spend lots of time and energy aggressively cleaning and arranging all the “key” rooms in the house: the dining room, the living room, the guest room. We would say to her, “Why do you invite people over so much when it’s so much hard work to prepare?” She would respond, “I don’t clean because…

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People Dislike Utilities — So Make Them Love You

Posted on October 23, 2019 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

–By Jake Van Paepeghem, Energy Circle 

If you’ve followed the news coming out of Northern California this month, you probably already know that…

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9 Building Science & Energy Efficiency Blogs We’re Reading

Posted on September 26, 2019 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

The world wide web is a wonderful thing, but there’s a lot of swill out there. It helps to have a few go-to sources of good, reliable, accurate, and useful information and insights. By our estimation, for professionals in the home performance, solar, or HVAC industry, the following blogs are some of the very best. In no particular order:

Musings of an Energy…

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At 9:45am on February 1, 2019, Diane Chojnowski said…

Hi Emily,

Welcome to Home Energy Pros Forum. Feel free to join the conversation in the Forum and Groups. And share your energy efficiency photos, videos, and upcoming events. If you're blogging about home performance, this is the place for you!

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