air conditioner / compressors

Adapting Air Conditioning to Climate Change

The Future of Air Conditioning Heat waves and temperature extremities linked to climate change are driving up demand for cooling in our communities every summer. There are close to two billion air conditioning systems operating worldwide, and according to the International Energy Agency that figure is expected to triple to six billion by 2050. Air conditioning is the fastest growing category of energy use in buildings. This puts a lot of strain on the energy grid. During

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attic insulation Energy Efficiency Experts

How do you know if your attic insulation is still working?

If your attic isn’t insulated well, you are probably feeling it now. As temperatures in Maryland dip below freezing every night, the weighted blankets are coming out and the thermostat temperature is being hiked up. *** But there is more than just cold air seeping into your home, it’s the money used to pay the higher expense of heating that is seeping out. It’s a massive waste of resources.  It’s easy to forget about the

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New Year Energy Resolutions

Energy Efficiency in 2022 Happy New Year! Our team at Energy Efficiency Experts is excited to help transition your home to an energy efficient space this year, using our expertise and approach to the house as one system with many interworking parts. We had countless energy efficient homes success stories in 2021 and would like for your house to be the next one in 2022. Here are some first step resolutions to making the transition:

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Attic Insulation

The attic can mean different things to different people. Maybe you store boxes of holiday decorations or tubs of items you have yet to unpack. Maybe it has no insulation and you use it as an extra room. Maybe it is the place you’ve never stuck your head into and never will! Regardless of your attic status at home, it is the most significant part of the home in terms of controlling the loss of

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