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Whole-House Ventilationarrows

If you’ve ever spent time in the attic in the summer, you know it’s hot – as much as 150 degrees Fahrenheit. That trapped, super-heated air causes the air conditioner to run harder and more frequently. By installing a whole-house fan, hot attic air is expelled, keeping a home cooler. A whole-house fan can pull heat from the entire home and draw in cooler outside air.



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Kitchen Consciousness Double Black Arrow
A kitchen offers almost endless opportunities to practice energy efficiency. For instance, pans with perfectly flat bottoms use energy more effectively on electric range elements than pans with rounded bottoms do. Learn More