Is there fire in your home? Doesn’t have to be that way…

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Sunday, January 27, 2019 - 9am

The crazy rebates continue as part of today’s discussion and the savings are something you’re going to want to hear. Your hosts, Duane Knickerbocker and Bill Small look into some of the newer technology that may save you money and cost you less as a result of the rebates provided. Like a hybrid water heater that uses existing heat to warm the water, the summertime heat from the garage. The stories are really quite amazing. The discussion gets to an interesting topic of “fire” in your home. Think about it. If you have gas for your furnace, water heater or stove, there’s fire in your house, isn’t there?

Be sure to catch the example of a small solar system case study that really drives home the value of reducing before producing and getting the least number of panels on the roof. This also saves you a great deal of money when you consider each solar panel cost is on average $1000 per panel. Reduced consumption means less panels. Less panels means less expense. Improve the energy systems in your home and reduce the number of panels necessary on the roof and save money on your utility as you go!

Listen to today’s guest, Derek of YGRENE, speaking on the value of the program and how the loan values are established. There are no credit checks and the quick and easy process takes less than one hour. You can make the decision to get your energy upgrades right then and there and know immediately how much you should be able to reduce your monthly utility bill by, as well as what the investment will need to be. Do that math against your current utility expense and know that it may be well worth it to get that equipment and those upgrades now. Especially when you consider the rebates that are currently available and the simplicity with which Brower make it happen for you.

Having the ability to sell and service allows Brower to assess the best situation for the circumstance with possibly newer or better technology. You may not have to spend as much or you may be able to save more by just taking a look at the situation and putting a plan together. Very few HVAC folk will go this route. It’s the first discussion you’ll have with Brower. There are many ways to look at getting things taken care of. Be sure to take the time to explore your options. You need a company that can facilitate the discussion of “best” ways to go and help you along the way. That company, of course, Brower Mechanical. Call them today at 916-624-0808 or visit on line at You’ll be glad you did.

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