20 hours ago
The best way to stay safe during a tornado is to be prepared with:
🌪 Fresh batteries and a battery-operated TV, radio, or internet-enabled device to listen to the latest emergency weather information;
🌪 A tornado emergency plan including access to a safe shelter for yourself, your family, and for people with special needs;
🌪 An emergency kit (including water, non-perishable food, and medication); and
🌪 A list of important information, including telephone numbers.
Be sure your children know what a tornado is, what tornado watches and warnings are, what county [/parish] they live in (warnings are typically issued by county [/parish), and what makes a location a safe shelter, whether at home or at school.
www.CDC.gov/nceh/features/tornadosafety/index.html via CDC ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Spending more time at home? Try an online energy audit to assess the overall efficiency of your home.
Visit www.EnergyStar.gov, then enter “home energy yardstick” in the search box to get started.
via NRECA ENERGY STAR ... See MoreSee Less
A Peak Alert will be in effect again today, July 9th, from approximately 2 to 6 p.m. Please limit the use of major appliances and hot water. Raise your air conditioning temperature to a level that is still comfortable for you. If you have a radio-controlled switch on your water heater or air conditioning system, it will be activated during the Peak Alert. We appreciate your patience and cooperation. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
THANKS to advocacy from members like you the federal tax credit for ground source heat pumps will live for another year! Here is another interesting fact about geothermal energy:
The distribution system uses ductwork or radiators to provide heat and cooling.
Feel free to reach out to us with questions about geothermal energy or interest in installing ground source heat pumps. ... See MoreSee Less