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Home Fire Safety Tips: How to Prevent a Fire at Home

October 25th, 2021
Home fires are nothing to take lightly, and when disaster strikes, time is of the essence. Within two short minutes, a seemingly manageable cooking fire can evolve into a life-threatening emergency. Within five minutes, flames can engulf an entire home. Not only can house fires incur catastrophic damages, but they can cost lives. In America, 2,500 people die each year in house fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Coupled with an annual average of 12,300 civilian injuries and nearly $7 billion in direct damage costs, home fires pose a severe and unpredictable threat to you, your property, and your community. The good news is that house fire

Types of Solar Panels: Solar Panel Options Explained

October 6th, 2021
Solar energy is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to conventional energy sources that contribute to the burning of fossil fuels and the growing climate crisis. Solely dependent on exposure to sunlight, solar power is clean and renewable—forging the way toward a greener future for all. In addition to being one of the most reliable energy sources available, solar power is becoming easier and more cost-effective as it pervades the modern commercial and residential energy market. With such promising prospects, the Solar Energy Industries Association estimates that by 2024, 2.5% of all U.S. homes will utilize solar panels. If you’re among the burgeoning population of homeowners interested in outfitting their homes

What Are the Different Types of HVAC Systems for Commercial Buildings?

September 16th, 2021
A commercial building houses a large number of people who come and go on a daily basis. Because of this volume of occupants, it’s imperative that the building remains at comfortable temperatures all year long. That means it’s cool in the summer and warm in the winter. After all, no one wants to walk into a sweltering office building in the middle of summer. So, how can you keep your commercial building at just the right temperature? That’s where an HVAC system comes in. HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning and it controls the heating and cooling of a building. Commercial buildings range in size. You can have

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