Andersen Windows Costs

Andersen Windows Costs All Andersen window series can be purchased for DIY installation. A few Andersen 100 Series, 200 Series and 400 Series windows are available “off the shelf” or online from local home improvement stores, and those costs for individual windows are easily found. Just keep in mind that the windows you find in … Read more

Solar Roof Shingles vs. Solar Panels

Solar Roof Shingles vs. Solar Panels The technical acronym: BiPV stands for Building Integrated Photovoltaics. Simply put, embedding solar cell technology into building materials. For our purposes, we stick to roofing materials, or what is known as the solar shingle and/or solar tile. Especially, since these are the type of BiPV products being designed for … Read more

Solar System Cost For Home

Solar System Cost For Home The Solar Market Insight Report is a quarterly publication that describes the current state of the US solar industry, providing the latest data on installation volumes and costs. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and leading consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie work together on each edition of the SMI report, and the Q3 … Read more

Ductless Mini Split Installation Cost

Ductless Mini Split Installation Cost The name of a mini-split heat pump derives from its physical layout.  Instead of having the complete system housed in an individual piece of equipment mounted to a frame or wall, the heat pump consists of an interior and outdoor unit. Insulated refrigerant lines link the two units, facilitating heat transmission between indoor and outdoor environments. The indoor unit is referred to as the evaporator, while the outside unit is known as the condenser. Heat pumps are available as cooling-only models and reversible models that operate as air conditioners during summer and as a heating source in winter. When purchasing a heating and cooling heat pump, you save on installation costs by combining two pieces of equipment into one. … Read more

Natural Gas Furnace

Natural Gas Furnace Natural gas furnaces are one of the most popular heating options for US homes. According to data gathered by the US Census Bureau, gas-fired heating systems are used by 48% of American households Natural gas has a key advantage over other fuels like propane and heating oil: it arrives by pipe as a utility service, … Read more

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