About Triple “S” Energy

Residential Wind Power

Have you ever con­sid­ered pow­er­ing your home with solar ener­gy or a wind tur­bine?  The more effi­cient choice would be wind pow­er because it uses less ener­gy, releas­es less car­bon diox­ide and will pro­duce more over­all ener­gy.  One wind tur­bine can gen­er­ate the same…

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Attic Fans-Do They Work?

Attic fans can be used to cool your liv­ing space any time it is cool­er out­side than inside your home.  Attic fans pull air in through an open win­dow or door while push­ing hot air out of your home through attic vents. Ven­ti­la­tion fans are designed to cool the attic…

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Insulation Will Give You Savings

Insu­la­tion comes in sev­er­al types and is used to slow the heat trans­fer through walls, attics, ducts or roofs.  Your goal for your home should be to lose less warm air in the win­ter months and less cool air in the sum­mer months. This will in turn reduce your heating…

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Energy Efficient Roofing

Ener­gy effi­cien­cy comes in all shapes and sizes.  We fre­quent­ly talk of how to be more effi­cient with our light­ing, heat­ing, cool­ing and even appli­ances.  We don’t often talk about the roof.  Being a home­own­er requires lots of choic­es to be made whether you are…

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Natural Gas Usage

If you don’t remem­ber from sci­ence class, there are sev­er­al types of gas­es. Heli­um Fre­on Water Vapor Hydro­gen Hydro­gen Sul­fide Propane Oxy­gen Ozone Nitro­gen Nat­ur­al Gas Air Car­bon Diox­ide Propane is heav­ier than air and nat­ur­al gas is lighter than air.  When natural…

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Windows: To Maintain or Replace?

The leaks around win­dows and doors in an aver­age home can be the cause of los­ing up to 30% of the homes heat­ing and cool­ing.   If your win­dows are in good con­di­tion you can take some steps to reduce the ener­gy loss but you may want to con­sid­er replace­ment of these if…

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