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Water Heater Buyer’s Guide | Water Heater Pros & Cons

by vscontent on July 7, 2017

Don’t wait until your water heater springs a leak and floods your basement. If your water heater is over 10 years old, seriously consider replacement options. New models are much more energy efficient, saving your household hundreds of dollars per year in energy bills. In addition to reducing your environmental footprint and saving you money, […]

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10 Ways to Stay Warm and Comfortable While Saving Money

by vscontent on November 4, 2016

Staying warm and cozy during the winter season can be easy and cost effective if you know the right tricks. Instead of hiking up heating costs, find energy efficient alternatives to heat your home. Here are 10 winter hacks to help you stay warm and cozy without breaking the bank: 1. Insulate Doors and Windows […]

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10 Home Cooling Hacks | How to Keep Cool Without Air Conditioning

by vscontent on August 12, 2016

If you are looking for ways to save money and stay cool in the Tacoma/Puget Sound area, you’ve come to the right place. While people in hotter areas of the country might balk at our balk at our claims of high temperatures, it does get pretty hot in Washington. And air conditioning costs can get […]

Water Heater Components

by vscontent on May 6, 2016

How much do you know about your tank water heater? It’s an appliance that you use every day, but rarely think about. Hot showers, hand washing, laundry, and dirty dishes all require the use of your hot water heater. Try counting how many times you turn on the hot water daily. The number might surprise […]

Reducing Water Heater Costs

by vscontent on April 8, 2016

If you own a traditional water heater tank, you are probably aware that it must work constantly to keep hot water ready for your use. (A tankless water heater works a bit differently – and is worth considering if you are thinking of replacing your tank.) When the kept water remains inactive, it creates a […]

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Better Water Heating: 10 Energy Efficiency Tips

by vscontent on January 14, 2016

Conventional, storage tank water heaters are used in most homes in the United States. Rather than heating water when you need it (as with tankless water heaters), water that sits in the tank has to constantly be reheated. As a result, “water heating is the second largest energy expense in your home,” accounting for about […]