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UPDATE: DOE Will Not Enforce Regional Energy Standards

The regional energy standards saga continues. If you’re a BelRed blog regular, you probably remember reading posts about the rollercoaster energy conservation litigation between the Department of Energy (DOE) and members of the energy industry, including the American Public Gas Association (APGA). As we discussed in the first post on the subject, in July 2011…

Trane XC95m High Efficiency Furnace Installation – Sammamish, WA

The Bennets, residents of Sammamish, WA, were experiencing some problems with their old furnace and heating system. They were also noticing some low indoor air quality, so they knew the time was right to call in a few members of the BelRed team. The result – a brand new Trane XC95m furnace that will bring…

Rheem Value Series Gas Furnace Installation – Mercer Island, WA

When the Hamilton’s, of Mercer Island heat went out, our service technician quickly made necessary repairs to get their heat back on. However, it was clear that the Hamilton’s would need a new heating system. Their furnace was quickly coming to the end of its life. To replace their old furnace, the Hamilton’s decided to…

No Ruling On Regional Efficiency Standards Yet – Is the End Near?

Earlier in the year, we wrote about the withdrawal of regional energy efficiency standards (mandating installation of high efficiency furnaces in Northern states) set forth by the Department of Energy (DOE). This was based on a lawsuit brought forth by some in the energy industry, including the American Public Gas Association (APGA) and Air Conditioning…

Industry Reactions – DOE Withdraws Regional Efficiency Standards for Furnaces

Earlier this week, we posted about the Department of Energy (DOE) withdrawing portions of proposed regional energy conservation standards in a settlement resulting from a recent lawsuit set forth by the American Public Gas Association (APGA).  There have been many reactions to the news of the potential settlement. There were many reasons behind the lawsuit…

Breaking News – DOE Withdraws Regional Efficiency Standards for Furnaces

With the deadline for Regional Standards making installation of standard efficiency furnaces illegal in northern states fast approaching, we received breaking news from ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors of America) informing us that the Department of Energy (DOE), in a settlement filed last Friday afternoon, has withdrawn these proposed energy conservation standards. This settlement is the…

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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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  • Refrigerant Leaks: To Repair or Replace?

    When you have an air conditioner or heat pump system, it circulates refrigerant to provide cooling in the summer. If your AC system develops a leak, you lose some of the refrigerant and the ability to cool. There are a few telltale signs when a leak occurs: Loss of cooling power Registers are not blowing…

  • Work-From-Home Comfort with BelRed

    The Brookings Institution reported recently that up to half of American workers are currently working from home. With many more of us based at home this year, there are ways to make your workspace more comfortable. The technicians at BelRed Energy Solutions are experts in designing home comfort, and we’re ready to help. There are…

  • The Payoff of Coil-Cleaning your AC’s Outdoor Condenser

    The air conditioner is a split system with an outdoor section that houses the compressor and condenser coil, and installed with the indoor furnace is an evaporator coil. The evaporator coil removes heat from the indoor air and the condenser coil rejects that heat outdoors. Both coils need to be clean in order to efficiently…

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