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Hot Water Made Easy, Thanks to Tankless

Gregory

We all love hot water; it’s great for a hot shower or a nice cup of tea. And the only way we can consistently and reliably get hot water in our homes is through our hot water heaters. But not all water heaters are created equally. So let’s talk about tankless water heaters.   What mak…

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Maldives Houses the World’s Largest Floating Solar Power System

Gregory

Solar power is at an all-time high, and more and more companies are looking for innovative ways to implement solar power systems. Turns out, the world's largest solar power system at sea was just launched in the Maldives!   Typically a place you would think of for crystal clear water and…

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Tennessee has the First Solar Powered Airport in the U.S.

Gregory

The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport in Tennessee is now the first airport in the United States to be entirely run on solar energy.   The project, started back in 2010, was a massive $10 million undertaking. The crown jewel of the project is the 2.74 megawatt solar farm, which is about th…

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Solar Powered Device Cleans Water and Produces Energy

Gregory

When in doubt, try something new! That's what a group of engineers did when it came to combining solar energy with clean water.   A team of engineers installed a water distillation system on the back of a solar power cell, thus creating a device that doubles as both an energy generator …

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Have a Port-A-Blast with Easy Coil Cleaning

Rosie

Are your evaporator coils looking grimy? Is the efficiency of your A/C unit dwindling because of dirt build-up? Do you need an easy, portable, and storeable solution?   SupplyHouse.com introduces you to a patented, professional, and durable coil-cleaning machine by Zephyr: The Port-A-Blas…

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In Hot Water: The Know Before You Buy Guide to Boilers

Nick B

Boilers are the most common heat source for a hydronic heating system.  They use natural gas, propane, oil, wood, or electricity to heat water or produce steam, depending on what is available.  Burning their fuel of choice, the system then circulates the heated water or steam through a network of…

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