The future is bright for renewable energy. Experts believe that renewables will eclipse coal as the top global source for electricity generation in 2025. By then, hydropower, wind and solar will supply a third of the world’s electricity needs.
Heat pumps are perfect for homes in both moderate and cold climates, as they help cool the house in summer and keep it cozy and comfortable in winter. What makes them an even better choice is that they can be used all year round and offer an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners.
The cold season doesn’t mean you have to put up with paying high energy bills. Of course, you can always add more insulation to your home, but this can be inconvenient for some, not to mention expensive. Fortunately, there are tons of easy-to-do tricks to prevent heat loss during the cold months without hurting your budget (and forcing your HVAC to work hard).
While there are many household problems that you can put off for later, fixing roof leaks is not one of them; it should be at the top of your priority list. In today’s post, the local HVAC contractors at GO Green Air discuss the things that can happen if roof leaks are ignored.
Heat pumps are often described as reverse air conditioners, and it’s actually an apt, if not simplistic, description of how they works. In today’s post, local air conditioning and solar panel company GO Green Air explains how heat pumps work, and why they’re ideal for homes in moderate climates.