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You may only need to upgrade your home heating and cooling system a few times in your lifetime, but with the right timing, you can save money, increase your home’s comfort, and lower your home’s carbon footprint—all at the same time!

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Hiring a contractor to help upgrade your house can be stressful for many homeowners. Whether you’re looking to install heat pumps, install

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If you’ve been looking into a ducted heat pump

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What does an energy audit have to do with your home electrification goals? A home energy audit…

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Home electrification is a great way to make your home better for the environment!…

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In the old days, California homeowners looking for a backup power system had one option: generators. But generators often run on fossil fuels, which are harmful to the environment. Today, California homeowners have another, more environmentally-friendly option…

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Unless you’re a big news junkie, you may have assumed that the recently-passed Inflation Reduction Act doesn’t have much to do with climate or energy efficiency.

But actually…

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If you’re interested in electrifying your house, you probably have a checklist of systems, appliances, and other upgrades you want to make.

Heating and cooling? … Check!

Water heater? … Check!

ENERGY…

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When homeowners think about eliminating fossil fuels in their home or lowering their energy bills, they often think of their heating and cooling systems or their stoves. But one of the most overlooked appliance upgrades is your clothes dryer. Heat pump clothes dryers can help lower a home’s…

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You’re ready to upgrade your home and make it better for the environment, more affordable to heat and cool, and healthier and more comfortable for you and your family. But how do you choose the right contractor? When you go to the grocery store, you can choose between organic and non-organic…

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When people talk about zero net energy homes, they’re often referring to brand new homes that are designed to be net zero from the start. But existing homes can be retrofitted to be zero net energy (ZNE) as well, and California homeowners are looking to take advantage of clean home energy and…

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Homeowners are electrifying their houses by replacing combustion systems and appliances with electric models. But the spirit of electrification means making a home more energy-efficient as well. Energy efficiency is not (…

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Staying cool in your California home this summer doesn't require expensive monthly energy bills or lots of energy. With sustainable home upgrades, you can keep your home cool in the summer while using less energy and spending less on monthly heating and cooling costs—all while making your home…

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