Brittney Sanders
Brittney Green is an Energy Specialist at Shipley Energy.

Recent Posts

5 Summer Preparation Tips for your Air Conditioner

Posted by Brittney Sanders on 3/19/15 5:00 PM

With warmer weather ahead and April fast approaching, our day dreams start to shift focus to 90 degree weather, popsicles, and swimming pools…and then reality hits. You suddenly remember the all-important and much needed air conditioning tune-up on your “to-do” list. Well, since it is inevitable if you plan on staying comfortably cool this summer, we might as well focus on the nitty gritty details to perform your own A/C checklist if you will. 

 

Topics: HVAC

How to Solve the Biggest Problems with Winter

Posted by Brittney Sanders on 2/11/15 4:32 PM

I know what you’re thinking, what else could anyone possibly tell you about residential energy savings that you don’t already know? Well, sometime even the best of us need to be reminded of the occasional common sense tips we tend to forget from time to time.

Topics: Home Efficiency

Advantages of Bio Heat- A Clear Energy Alternative

Posted by Brittney Sanders on 1/9/15 11:04 AM

When you hear the word Bio Heat, does your head spin a little? If you are an energy conscious individual who is focused on preserving our environment then you might have already heard the term Bio Heat or at least have a basic understanding of what it is.

Topics: Heating Oil, Bioheat, HVAC, Renewable Energy

Energy Saving LED Lights: Fun Facts Revealed

Posted by Brittney Sanders on 12/24/14 12:13 PM

It’s that time of year again, Thanksgiving has come and gone and the stress of the holiday season has quickly arrived; well not this year! 

If you’re having a hard time deciding between colored or white bulbs, contemporary or traditional; it might be best to simply follow what’s trending this year to find your inspiration!

The clear winner this year in the lighting category goes to the C9 light bulb or as most would put it, light bulbs with more of a traditional look. Major retailers are even following suit and are using the C9 traditional bulbs to light up their sweater and sale displays. Who would have guessed that a bigger light bulb would make our decision to buy a Christmas sweater that much easier?!

Topics: Home Efficiency