Category: Spring Energy Tips

Why is a Ductless Mini Split from Mitsubishi a Good Investment? Posted by chider on Oct 18, 2018

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By now, you’ve certainly heard the buzz about ductless mini splits - the air conditioning units that are small, efficient, and simple to install. There are countless benefits of a ductless system for MA homeowners, which makes the decision easy for many. But others may not be so sure. Is a ductless system really the right option f...

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What is a Mini Split? And How Does it Work? Posted by chider on May 10, 2018

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Have you heard about ductless mini-split air conditioners? These units are rapidly growing in popularity, and with another hot New England summer looming, you may be wondering if this is the right cooling option for you. But what is a mini split? How do they work? And most importantly, why are they so popular? What is a Mini Split? ...

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How Solar Panels’ Efficiency Can Help Save the Environment Posted by Wattson on Jul 27, 2017

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The impact of electricity generation on the environment cannot be overlooked. As our need for power increases with each wave of new technology, the negative impact from electricity usage on the earth continues to rise simultaneously. From melting ice caps to loss of habitat, many of us are ready to move away from traditional methods o...

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5 Awesome Solar Gadgets for Your Home to Get You Powered Up Posted by admin on Apr 27, 2016

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It's never been more affordable to go solar, but it's also very convenient while on the go. Whether you're trying to be more environmentally friendly or wire-free, these solar gadgets for your home won't slow you down. Here are some of our personal favorites. Source: EnerPlex Go solar with your phone charger. You're just about...

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When to Replace A Central AC Unit Posted by Wattson on May 26, 2015

For some homeowners, a visit from a technician to repair a central air conditioning unit brings the news that it is time for a replacement. For others, however, the decision to replace a unit happens before it stops working completely. Don’t wait until you are stuck without air conditioning on a hot day. Use these five signs to help...

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Sunny Springtime: The Perfect Time to Install Solar Panels Posted by Wattson on May 20, 2015

Renewable energy and protecting the environment are important considerations when thinking about how to power your lifestyle. We all know that resources like coal and oil damage the earth both when they are removed from the ground, then again when they are burned for energy. Solar energy, on the other hand, is clean and becoming more ...

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When Should I Get an Energy Assessment for My Home? Posted by Wattson on Apr 23, 2015

An energy efficient home is not only better for the environment, it is easier on your checkbook, too. An energy assessment is a great way to find out where you can make improvements so you can maximize your energy savings. Although energy assessments are offered year round, we recommend booking your assessment in the spring or fall. ...

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5 Easy Ways to Turn Spring Cleaning into an Energy Saving Success Posted by Wattson on Apr 9, 2015

Spring is a great time to refresh your home after a long, buttoned-up winter. While making your usual spring cleaning rounds, consider these tips for tidying up your home's energy usage. 1. Improve Air Flow While you are cleaning baseboards, don't forget to make sure that air vents are clean and not blocked by furniture, draperies, ...

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3 Ways to Save Money on Your Energy Bill in Under an Hour Posted by Wattson on Mar 23, 2015

Have you ever sat in front of your bank statement at the end of the month and wondered where all your money goes? Have you ever gotten your electricity or gas bill and stared in disbelief at how much money you’re spending just to keep the lights on and your home warm? If so, this blog post is for you! Energy is expensive. The ave...

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Digging Out: The Guide to Energy Efficiency After a Brutal Winter Posted by Wattson on Mar 16, 2015

It’s fair to say that the winter of 2015 has been particularly rough. It has been egregiously cold and snowy. Children have missed school. States have declared emergencies, and the bread aisle in the grocery store has never looked more threadbare. This winter hasn’t just been trying for us mere mortals; it’s also been tough for your...

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