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Labor Day Energy Tips – Part 4

Labor Day weekend is fast approaching. With it, as always, means closing the door on summer and looking ahead to the cooler temperatures and falling leaves of Autumn. Like any other season, Fall brings with it a unique set of challenges and reminders for home performance and home energy. As the Labor Day weekend approaches,…

Labor Day Energy Tips – Part 3

Labor Day weekend is fast approaching. With it, as always, means closing the door on summer and looking ahead to the cooler temperatures and falling leaves of Autumn. Like any other season, Fall brings with it a unique set of challenges and reminders for home performance and home energy. As the Labor Day weekend approaches,…

Labor Day Energy Tips – Part 2

Labor Day weekend is fast approaching. With it, as always, means closing the door on summer and looking ahead to the cooler temperatures and falling leaves of Autumn. Like any other season, Fall brings with it a unique set of challenges and reminders for home performance and home energy. As the Labor Day weekend approaches,…

Labor Day Energy Tips – Part 1

Labor Day weekend is fast approaching. With it, as always, means closing the door on summer and looking ahead to the cooler temperatures and falling leaves of Autumn. Like any other season, Fall brings with it a unique set of challenges and reminders for home performance and home energy. As the Labor Day weekend approaches,…

Increasing Home Performance Starting in the Attic

Regardless of home age and style, attics can be a hugely troubling area of the home when it comes to efficiency and home performance maximization. Homeowners tend to ignore this area and many don’t even know what type or amount of insulation is in their attics. Many are hard to get to, so it’s an…

Identifying Common Air Leak Locations

As we’ve mentioned on the blog in the past, there are two main types of air leaks in the home–general air leaks in different areas of the home and duct leaks in your HVAC system’s duct work. These problems are sometimes not related and can occur in many different types of homes—both new and old….

Together, We Can Save BIG

Many times on this blog, we’ve talked about the importance of individual energy savings not only for your monthly bottom line, but also for the environmental importance for using as little energy as possible. Non-renewable energy resources are just that—there’s no endless supply. It’s important that we take a macro look at the impact we…

The Thorough Process of BelRed Insulation Installation

We recently wrapped up a summer home energy savings blog post series with some tips and tricks to make this your most energy efficient summer ever. In addition to the tips outlined in that series, there are some larger things that can be done to increase your home’s efficiency. One of those efficiency boosting projects…

Simple Energy Saving Tips from Energy.gov

There are many ways to save energy in the home. Many times, we turn to experts for some advice or reminders on ways we can be using less and paying less for our energy by reducing needs and becoming more efficient. At BelRed, we pride ourselves on being experts in this area. Another expert is…

Home Heating and Cooling – Bigger is Not Always Better

Modern heating equipment and systems, when purchased new from a reputable source and company, are almost always going to perform well for homeowners when coupled with proper installation. So, does that mean that you can purchase any system and have great performance, right? Unfortunately, that’s not necessarily the case. First, as we mentioned briefly above,…

BelRed’s Legacy of Innovation

Locally owned and operated for over 30 years, BelRed has been providing high-quality service to customers since 1986. Begun as a small heating and air conditioning services business, we've grown into one of the largest HVAC companies in western Washington, and we credit our success to our decades of satisfied customers and HVAC products. Along with superior service, BelRed has always been at the forefront of HVAC offerings, and continues to offer new solutions to optimize comfort and efficiency.

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  • Be Green this St. Patrick’s Day – The Ozone Layer Needs Help

    This St. Patrick’s Day weekend there will be green all around us, as many don the holidays’ official color. At BelRed Energy Solutions, we’re thinking about how to keep our community and planet surrounded by green year-round. The ozone layer needs our help. R22, commonly known as Freon, is a refrigerant that is still used…

  • Spring Savings on Trane Comfort Systems & Products

    BelRed’s heating and cooling specialists provide energy and environmental services, HVAC maintenance, energy efficient heating and cooling systems, and more. Contact BelRed today to learn more about the Train Spring Promo. Save on Trane Comfort Systems & Trane Products with the 2019 Spring Rebate Promotion! When you buy and have a Trane heating or cooling…

  • Ozone Depleting Refrigerant R-22

    R-22 is a refrigerant most commonly known as Freon. R-22 is still used in our existing air conditioners and refrigeration equipment, however the refrigerant is not environmentally friendly; R-22 contributes to climate change by depleting the Earth’s protective ozone layer. Damage to the ozone layer allows ultraviolet sunlight to reach the Earth’ surface, heating the…

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