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Tax Credits for Renewable Systems Still Available
Tax Credits for Renewable Systems Still Available

Homeowners who are looking for an efficient and reliable alternative to traditional home heating systems can find excellent options with a solar or geothermal system. These two types of renewable energy systems are still eligible for income tax credits provided by the U.S. ...

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Blog posts in November

  • A Home Zoning System: Get in on 5 Perks of Installing One in Your Portland Metro Home

    As an alternative to traditional styles of residential heating and cooling, a home zoning system is a flexible, energy-efficient, and money-saving ...

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  • Heat Pump Features That You Can’t Ignore When Upgrading

    Are you in the market for a new heat pump? If you’re upgrading your heat pump, you should know that current models typically are equipped with a ...

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  • Sizing Ventilating Fans for Optimal Results

    Lack of ventilation in your home leads to poor indoor air quality, increased levels of moisture, and elevated amounts of particulates and contaminants ...

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  • Using an Electronic Air Cleaner Gives Your Air A "Charge"

    Keeping your indoor air clean and free of particulates and other contaminants can be a challenge beyond the capabilities of the physical filtration ...

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  • Installing Ductless Mini Splits? Learn Their Top 5 Benefits

    During home construction or renovation, you may have limited room for space-consuming features, such as ductwork. In that case, a ductless mini split ...

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  • How to Size a Humidifier: 2 Factors to Consider

    In the winter, the air in your home tends to be drier than at other times of the year, typically because you’re running your HVAC (heating, ...

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  • A Fall Furnace Tuneup: Learn Why It’s Necessary

    Your furnace will experience a certain amount of wear over the many seasons of its life. And over time, the effects of this wear and tear can ...

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  • Drain Problems Backing up Your System? Here's What You Need to Know

    Clogged drains are probably the most common plumbing problem that homeowners experience. How do they occur? And how can you avoid them? Here are some ...

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