What’s everyone’s favorite radio station for home energy upgrades?

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Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 3pm

Your hosts, Duane Knickerbocker and Bill Small, start where the year left off with portable generators for backup power. It's not too soon to get your home ready for potential power shutoffs. Properly wiring the house to make the generator startup simple and safe is something you'll want to do sooner rather than later... before you find yourself with no power. This is also an excellent time to have the electrical panel checked while you're at it.

Tune in and Learn

WII-FM, everybody's favorite radio station: What's In It For Me? Hear the explanation and the relationship to SMUD or any of the utilities as what gets evaluated when determining to get the energy expense under control. It's always boiled down to what the most benefit to the customer is going to be. Get your home right, sealed tight, rebates earned. Tune into the station and get your home where you want it to be...then you can enjoy listening to that really low utility bill speaking to you.

Brower First

First in, last out. Last in wins. Old sales adages die hard, but when considering what's best for your home, Brower always wants to be first in. That way you have a great comparison when the rest of the characters come in to try to "sell" you something. You'll also have a great template to ask questions from when the "other" guys come in. Start first with the true experts in home energy and then engage your other estimates from there.

Reduce and Save

Better results when it comes to your home's energy consumption and you're going to cut the size of the A/C in half? Tell me! Tell me! This is the segment you'll want to hear. The attic is where the greatest opportunities exist and, once correctly sealed, it could reduce the size of the equipment needed. And, you'll get a written guarantee on energy consumption as well. It really doesn't get much better, does it?

This is why you need to give Brower Mechanical a call today. Efficiency, health, and quiet. The number is (916) 624-0808.

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