Rising Real Estate Market Fuels Vintage Home Remodels

Posted by admin on  January 21, 2020

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Vintage Home Remodels DEC is seeing a sharp rise in electrical home electrical inspections and rewire requests for homes built between 1900 and the 1950’s. These home have tremendous character and appeal to homebuyers looking to preserve these well-built treasures from the past. Typical needs for these homes starts at the fuse box. Yes, that

California’s New Solar Panel Requirements

Posted by admin on  January 17, 2020

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California’s New Solar Panel Requirements Recently, California has passed legislation that will require new homes in the state to have solar panels installed on the building. The legislation also includes an incentive for people to add a battery to their home,  the sun’s energy will then be stored and used later. It is projected to

Benefits of Solar Panels & Solar Energy

Posted by admin on  December 26, 2019

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Are Solar Panels Worth the Money? Did you know that the amount of energy the sun provides the earth within just one hour could meet global energy needs for one year? The sun is an extremely powerful energy source which we are only able to collect a fraction of. Even though we can only collect
Wildfires Likely to Cause Hike In PG&E Electricity Rates According to a recent article written by the SF Chronicle, by J.D. Morris, it is very probable that PG&E will be held responsible for the costs of recent wildfires, if their equipment is found responsible. This cost will be passed down to their rate-paying customers. Rates

PG&E – Increasing Rates & The Benefits of Going Solar

Posted by admin on  February 14, 2018

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The Benefits of Going Solar Solar energy is the future of energy. The natural light from the sun is all it takes to get convenient and consistent electricity. Companies like Pacific Gas and Electric Company, have been more heavily scrutinized due to higher rates and bad publicity. According to reports, all customers will be billed