The lights are fantastic! We wish we had done it earlier! We’ll be in touch for more work when we…Nanette and Will Welton
It has been very enjoyable working with such an attentive, flexible, and quality minded sub-contractor. It certainly helps having a…Kevin O’Leary
Lake Forest Park, WA
It has been so pleasant working with you and your electrical company. The men who did the work were pleasant…Susan Crotzer
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Homeworks Northwest, LLC
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Co-Owner, Glazer's Camera
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Lake Forest Park, WA
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Mercer Island, WA
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Green Tip #11
AC adaptors on many power cables pull current, a.k.a. phantom power, & should be unplugged from the wall when not in use. Use a power strip with a switch that can be turned off at night for convenience.
Green Tip #1
LED bulbs offer similar light quality to traditional incandescents, last 25 times as long, and use even less energy than CFLs. Choose ENERGY STAR-qualified LEDs for
the highest quality and energy savings.
Green Tip #5
Unplug electronics, battery chargers and other equipment when not in use. If all Washingtonians unplugged electronics when not in use, it would be like taking 120,000 cars off road.
Green Tip #9
On hot days, close the blinds on south and west facing windows. On cold days, keep them open.
Green Tip #10
Install new, high-performance windows to improve your home’s energy performance.
Green Tip #6
You can increase the comfort of your home while reducing your heating and cooling needs by up to 10% by investing in proper insulation and sealing air leaks.
Green Tip #2
Wash your clothes in cold water using cold-water detergents whenever possible.
Green Tip #4
Raise your thermostat 5 degrees in the summer and lower it 3-5 degrees in the winter to save up to 20% annually. Upgrade to a 90% efficient heater and a 13 SEER or higher A/C system.
Green Tip #8
Run your dishwasher and clothes washer only when fully loaded. Fewer loads reduce energy and water use. Use the air-dry option instead of the heat-dry. Check and clean the dishwasher drain.
Green Tip #3
Turn your water heater down to 120 degrees and upgrade it to a more efficient system.
Green Tip #7
Dimmers save electricity when used to lower light levels. Be sure to select products that are compatible with the energy-efficient bulbs you want to use.
Green Tip #8
Raise your thermostat 5 degrees in the
summer and lower it 3-5 degrees in the
winter to save up to 20% annually.
Upgrade to a 90% efficient heater and a
13 SEER or higher A/C system..