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How to Handle High Summer Temperatures

on July 14, 2017

While Washington and Idaho aren’t known for searing-hot temperatures, our summers can get pretty warm (especially when you’re used to or favor the cold).  With temperatures peaking in the mid to high 90s over the next few weeks, it’s important to consider just how warm it’s going to be outside when you make plans. Air […]

Why the Death Star has Exhaust Ports

on May 19, 2017

Next week fans of the movie STAR WARS will be celebrating the original film’s 40th anniversary.  On May 25th, 1977, Lucasfilm released a movie that became not only one of the most iconic space opera films, but refreshed the science fiction film genre and paved the way for others to follow (according to some, the […]

Why do Heat Pumps Work During the Winter?

on January 13, 2017

Heat pumps are amazing.  They use the same technology that your air conditioner does to help regulate heat in your home during the winter.  Heat pumps, just like air conditioners, work by moving heat from one place to another.  Unlike your air conditioner, a heat pump works to pull warmth from the outdoors and fill […]

Set Your AC and Leave It Alone!

on July 8, 2016

When the temperature outside is less than enjoyable, we retreat indoors and set our climate controls to comfortable.  But when it’s too hot indoors, many of us will crank the air conditioner down to an intolerably cold level in order to cool off the house faster.  Don’t do this.  Whether you’re trying to cool your […]

The basics about ceiling fans and home heating and cooling

Ceiling Fans 101: The Basics

on April 15, 2016

We see them on a daily basis: ceiling fans.  Marvelous devices that help to keep us cool during the summer and warm during the winter.  Many people don’t even realize that ceiling fans are able to help you reduce the costs of heating or cooling your home when used properly.  They’re supposed to be easy […]