You don’t need us to tell you: The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting small businesses. However, despite the negatives, there are a few positives. One is that many Americans are looking to help “support local” in any way they can,
Home performance contractors are adjusting on the fly to deal with COVID-19 related health and safety guidelines (take advantage of our coronavirus resource page here). In addition to the large number of homeowners who are wary about letting technici
Have you been daydreaming about what the world may look like, post-COVID-19, and what is going to happen after we put the Zoom Cocktail Hours to the side and resume some normalcy? So have we. However, there is an indication that the idea of “low-touc
- By Peter Troast, Founder & CEO
Whole house home performance is a hard sell. Now, thanks to COVID-19, the hurdle is raised higher: homeowners are reluctant to invite us into their homes. And, for good measure, we face an economy more uncertain than a
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We all have our eyes and ears pinned to the news headlines in relation to the COVID-19 outbreak, and it is still unclear when the HVAC, home performance, and solar industries will be able to return to “business as usual.” How is all of this time at h
Coronavirus has gripped much of the world and particularly the United States, which experts are warning could become the disease’s new epicenter.
This has prompted wide-reaching shutdowns of businesses deemed non-essential by federal and local authori
- By Cory Allyn, Energy Circle Content Writer
Energy Circle is continuing to provide information and resources to HVAC, home performance, and solar companies that are looking for suggested operating practices during and after the coronavirus/COVID-19
Most HVAC contractors know that an oversized air conditioner wastes substantial amounts of energy and money. Still, plenty of contractors, either through error or self-interest, sell oversized air conditioning systems that burden homeowners.
- By Energy Circle Staff
The landscape of energy and sustainability policy and legislation is changing swiftly, both due to the impact of ever-evolving political paradigms and the need to address the issues surrounding climate change. This barrage of
While reading this post by one of my fellow contributors on this site, I resonated with its acknowledgment of a major challenge: convincing people to consider green building residential strategies. Whether you’re an HVAC professional or someone desig
As we move into the 2020s, there are many HVAC regulations to keep track of. As in many industries, there is a push for HVAC to become more environmentally friendly and efficient. In this post, I’ll give you a brief overview of the most consequential
-By Jake VP, Energy Circle Content Writer
It isn’t just a new year, it’s a new decade. Is your New Year's Resolution to simply “keep up the good work”? Of course not — you want to know where the better building sector is headed, so you aren’t left beh
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Outlook for the HVAC industry remains very strong heading into 2020 as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 13% growth right through the year 2028. If you’re looking to establish yourself in this space (or even just increase your existing pre
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