With electrical failures on the rise due to aging infrastructure and the increase in severe weather events, it's never been more important to consider your options for a backup power source. Having an energy source to fall back on during rolling blackouts or a power outage can ensure your perishables stay fresh and you’re able to enjoy the AC on hot days and the heat on cold days.
Healthy water at home is essential to your and your family's well-being. From drinking and cooking to bathing and washing your clothes, almost everything we do involves water. When you have healthy home water solutions, half the battle is won.
As we move towards renewable energy, many Southern California homeowners in the Inland Empire region are turning to solar power to meet their energy needs. However, frequent power outages due to extreme weather conditions or rolling blackouts have made having a reliable backup system a top priority for many families. This is where whole-home battery backup systems come into play. In this blog post, we'll explore what a whole-home battery is and the following topics:
Government agencies and health organizations in California and elsewhere are sounding the alarm over the discovery of a cocktail of pharmaceutical drugs discovered in rivers, lakes, and ground-water sources around the world.
EV charging stations aren’t perfect. Any EV owner who has used these stations can tell you that. But not everyone is familiar with just how frustrating these public charging stations are, even in many parts of California, which will ban the purchase of new gasoline-powered cars by 2035.
Looking for a New Year’s Resolution that will benefit the whole family? One goal we’re focusing on this year is cleaner indoor air and water for our customers. It’s a simple, straightforward resolution to help thousands of homeowners in Redlands lead healthier, happier lives.
Can switching to solar power really save you money in California? It can! A list of local, state, and federal incentives offer discounts for solar installation and battery storage systems. From tax credits to installation rebates, there are lots of options to save big on energy efficiency and self-generated power.
If you're ready to switch to solar, you should know about one of the advantages available to California homeowners — net energy metering, also known as net metering or NEM. While the environmental benefits are often enough of an incentive to invest in solar, saving money is even better.
Trying to find out how much it costs to charge your new EV at home? While the price varies from household to household, you can expect to pay around 13 to 22 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) in California, or about $4 to $9 per 100 miles of drive time.
Looking for another reason to enjoy some cheer this holiday season? Well, how about this: home service contractors offer BIG discounts on new systems and home improvement projects at the end of the year.