Hydronic Heating

Hydronic heating systems have been around for decades. Remember the old radiators in grandma’s house? These days, hydronic heating systems are more sophisticated and use hot water piped through tubes that are run under floorboards, through radiators or along base boards.

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Solar Passive & Active

The sun is the ultimate provider of green energy. Solar power is constant and renewable. It’s not going to run out anytime soon. However, you don’t need unsightly solar arrays to enjoy the benefits of solar energy. Passive solar energy is simple, has little to no moving parts and requires minimal upkeep. Passive solar-energy systems are designed to use natural principals of heat transfer instead of machines such as furnaces and air conditioners

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Energy Saving Tips For The Winter

Winter Tips

New York Mechanical located in Brooklyn, NY shows their customers on how to save money this winter.

As temperatures drop, it’s time to consider ways to reduce your energy bills in the winter. A comprehensive home energy assessment by a contractor accredited by the Building Performance Institute (BPI) is a valuable way to discover the most effective ways to save energy and cut costs.

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