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Summer is a great time for vacation. The kids are out of school, the weather is pleasant and people are in a better mood than any other time of year. But while you're away, you won't want to leave the house running as you would while you're there. That would be a terrible waste of energy. Follow these tips for saving energy while you're away. read more

Tiny houses are an interesting trend. People looking to reduce their carbon footprints and living expenses are finding that living in a tiny house isn't so bad. In fact, they find many unexpected benefits, such as spending more time outdoors and having less "stuff" to deal with. It's simple living in its purest form, but building a tiny house limits some of your options in building materials, appliances and of course, heating and cooling. If you're planning to build a tiny house, look at these ductless space saving options for heating and cooling. read more

Given the greater swings in temperature throughout the year in Massachusetts, the feat of Carter Scott is all the more impressive to those of us in Bellevue and Redmond. The builder has put up 18 homes heated and cooled entirely with just two ductless minisplits. read more

It doesn't take long for pleasant warm spring weather to turn uncomfortably hot. If your air conditioner is showing signs of age, now is the time to think about an upgrade, not later when it's already sweltering. If you noticed your AC is working harder or taking longer to cool your home last year, it's time to consider an upgrade. read more

As the winter chill begins to thaw, it's time to check on your ceiling fan to make sure you're getting the most efficient heating and cooling for your home. The humble ceiling fan can make a big difference in your comfort level, allowing you to set the thermostat a little lower and the air conditioning a little higher. To get the greatest energy savings out of your ceiling fans, follow these season guidelines. read more

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