Changes from just a few years ago. Home energy is “hot”!

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Wednesday, January 29, 2020 - 10am

Hear your hosts, Duane Knickerbocker and Bill Small begin the conversation as it leads down the path to changes in the industry for home energy, solar, and the dramatic differences from just a few years back. What’s changed is the myriad of options you now have to do what you need to do to get more comfortable, spend less, and live healthier in the home.

Your Last Utility Payment

Wouldn’t you love to be able to make a “last payment” to your utility company? It can be done with the slight exception of having to pay for the connection, but that’s a minimal number and not one that will be going up as aggressively as power. Not to mention, you don’t want to be caught short in the event an emergency arose and you needed utility power. Continuing the discussion, electrifying other elements of the home, Duane explains the value proposition of rebates and reduction of expenses that net a gain after the total investment is complete. There are some great stories here that are well worth the time to listen. Case studies give you the opportunity to compare to your own situation.

Our caller today has a 16 year old furnace and a/c unit that is beginning to act up. Sometimes, the problem may not be a symptom for your homes’ energy. Hear what the suggestions may be to optimize the situation in the home do it right.

Save Money and Power

What is the Brower Power Plan? Learn how Brower Mechanical will give you assurances for your power where there are concerns for the consistency of your utility’s delivery. When you do this process correctly, you’ll save money since your power supply assets will be much smaller than if you don’t execute the plan properly. Hear Duane address many of the elements that are necessary to get this done with examples of things to consider.

Take the next step to get your home assessed and see what your best options are. Call Brower Mechanical at (916) 624-0808

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