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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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A water heater is one of the home’s hardest working appliances and a great place to begin being more energy efficient. Start by setting the hot water temperature to no higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Learn More