Want to stay warm this winter without having to rely on fossil fuels? You might want to think about getting a heat pump. And yes, even a heat pump in a cold climate can generally meet your needs!
Heating and Cooling
Any progress made toward a fossil-fuel-free home is progress made toward a brighter, healthier, and happier future. Here are 5 of the most impactful steps you can take on your home electrification journey. 🗺️
The best time to start preparing your home for winter weather is before you've draped the third blanket over yourself! So let's jump right into our 7 favorite ways to prep your home for winter weather. ❄️
Unless you’re a HVAC technician, a chemistry whiz, or a climate-legislation nerd, the word “refrigerant” probably doesn’t mean a whole lot to you. Here is what you need to know about the refrigerants in heat pumps.
OK, you're probably asking “is 16 SEER worth the extra money?” or maybe “is 14 seer good enough for me?” Let's figure it out.
Poorly insulated windows can drastically change your home’s temperature and wreak havoc on your utility bill and HVAC system.
Want to improve your home's energy efficiency without replacing your whole HVAC system? Here's how to do some DIY air sealing to help!
So, you're pondering the idea of insulating your attic but feel like you’re in over your head. Fear not, my friend, for we’re here to help!
In this blog post, we are taking the opportunity to tell you everything you need to know about geothermal heat pumps.
Are you casually perusing alternative HVAC options while avoiding looking at your electric bill? This list of pros & cons might help you decide.
Heat pumps are having their star moment, but with all of this hullabaloo you might be wondering, how do heat pumps actually work?
Are you thinking of trading your AC for something better, like a heat pump? Or maybe you're just wondering what the difference is between the two? Keep reading.
Heat pumps can function in the winter thanks to the thermal energy that is still around even at low temperatures, and refrigerants.