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What Our Customers Have to Say

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At Timothy Off, we work hard to offer the best workmanship and products to our customers. When we complete a job and our customers are happy, we love to hear their feedback about the experience. Here, our HVAC company shares some of our latest reviews on Google+, Yelp, and Facebook.

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China Is Working to Go Green…

Some people don’t realize that the heat stored in the Earth can actually be harvested and used as a source of power. Doing so can not only cut down on the use of fossil fuels, but it can also cut down on the amount of emissions being produced.

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What a World Powered by Renewable Energy Could Look Like

At Timothy Off, we’re always fascinated by new and continued developments in the renewable energy world and we do our best to keep our carbon footprint down. (Just look at our geothermal heating and cooling service!) Recently, we discovered an article by Kendra Pierre-Louis that discusses the possibility of a world that relies solely on renewable energy. We thought we’d share.

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Home Energy Installations: Geothermal vs. Solar

The majority of homeowners use electricity, natural gas, or oil to power their homes. However, over the last decade or so, some have turned to alternative sources of energy such as solar or geothermal. Here, our geothermal installation experts explain the differences between the two.

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Natural Gas Users: Prepare for Higher Costs This Winter

You’ve probably heard by now that this year’s winter is predicted to be longer and colder than past winters and according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, it’s looking like that may be true (especially for those who live east of the Rocky Mountains). In fact, the Northeast is supposed to be 17% colder than last year, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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The U.S. Oil & Natural Gas Boom

Over the past several years, the United States has been on the forefront of an energy boom. By tapping into our own natural resources like crude oil and natural gas, the U.S. has gone from an importer to an exporter and has created jobs along the way. Here’s just a brief summary of what we’ve accomplished so far.

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Could We See a PennEast Pipeline?

If the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approves, we may be seeing a PennEast natural gas pipeline built between Pennsylvania and New Jersey. According to the PennEast Pipeline Company, LLC’s website, this $1 billion project would stretch about 108 miles and create around 2,000 jobs during the construction process.

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15 Fun Facts: Heating

Now that we’ve done “15 Fun Facts” on Indoor Air, Plumbing, and Air Conditioning, we thought it was time to dive into the interesting world of heating. Here are some interesting facts our Downingtown heating experts found.

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New York May Reconsider Power Companies

Usually the way homeowners get their electricity is from a power company that puts a price on it, then distributes it out. The state of New York, however, is proposing an entirely different way to distribute power – through hundreds of small generators instead of power companies.

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