RED DEER, AB, September 13, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Trent Davis, Red Deer
refrigeration expert, celebrates a recent article
featured in The Huffington Post that outlines important tips for making a home a greener space. As a green advocate, Trent Davis, Red Deer resident, believes that "going green" is a lifestyle, and that there are many ways to implement eco-friendly, long-term initiatives to make a home green. Trent Davis recognizes that homeowners around the world are always searching for modernized, efficient solutions to everyday problems. Green technology is capable of substituting almost every system that makes a home run with long-lasting, highly efficient equipment. Davis recommends Geothermal heating and cooling technology, just one of his many ideas for household stability.
"Geothermal taps into the earth's natural heat transfer system below the ground," he said. "Pipes and pumps are installed to transfer heat to and from a home. In the winter months, heat is carried through central ventilation systems. In the summer months, heat is injected back into the wells to cool off a home."
The article asserts that one way to employ greener techniques for an eco-friendly home is to make DIY household cleaners: "Mix vinegar and water in a spray bottle and use yesterday's newspaper as glass cleaner. Make a paste from natural dish soap and baking soda to clean the bathtub. You should only buy from brands that disclose their ingredients on the bottle and don't use synthetic fragrances." Trent Davis, Red Deer refrigeration pro, recommends looking for Energy Star ratings on products to prove the equipment's efficiency.
"With a full load out of washers and dryers, dishwashers and other Energy Star products, you could save hundreds on utility bills and make a positive impact on the environment," he said. "As for washers and dryers specifically, make sure you only run loads of laundry when they are full. To reduce electricity from a dryer, consider hanging your clothes to dry when and if you can."
Trent Davis asserts that one of the best ways to reduce power bills is by investing in efficient windows, insulation and roofing. "Combined, homes can reduce their dependency on HVAC systems. Water is another resource green homes hope to save. Dual-flush toilets, efficient showerheads and rain collectors are just a few ways to reduce water use." Trent Davis, Red Deer resident, notes that ceiling and ground fans are much more efficient than bulky AC units, and they are affordable and easy to install.
Trent Davis, Red Deer
refrigeration expert, has worked in the refrigeration industry for more than 20 years. As a knowledgeable technician, he finds that his job helps make a difference in people's lives, and in the environment, which is immensely satisfying to him. Trent specializes in, hockey arenas and portable/permanent arenas, Geothermal, earth-friendly cooling technology solutions. Trent is a Danfoss certified Magnetic Bearing Compressor Technician. Magnetic Bearing Chiller Technology is the wave of the future when it comes large commercial A/C applications this relatively new technology will help a building owner save upwards of 33% on the energy consumption and the same 33% on the maintenance costs associated with standard chiller technology. Trent uses only state-of-the-art equipment to provide longer-lasting solutions and energy efficient cooling systems that require less fossil fuel to operate.