Feb
26
2017

PluginFireplaces.com Releases Top 10 Ranking

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(Nettetal, Germany)— PluginFireplaces.com announced the release of their latest top 10 rankings list. Dedicated to helping people understand and reap the benefits of electric fireplaces, the site wants to help homeowners avoid wasting their hard-earned money and ensure that they get the best models on the market. PluginFireplaces.com’s top rankings list is currently available to readers on the homepage of the site.

“Just a few generations ago, most homes were heated with wood or coal. As technology has advanced throughout the years, homeowners now have greater access to a wider range of home heating options, and that’s good news for homeowners who are looking for a more efficient way to enjoy a warm fire when it’s cold. While electric fireplaces are a viable option for most homeowners, it’s important for them to know that not all models are created equal. We’ve made it our mission to help them find the very best fireplaces so they can be sure they’re investing their hard-earned money in something that will work well for them,” said Sebastian Mach of PluginFireplaces.com.

PluginFireplaces.com’s top 10 rankings list is designed to show readers all of the factors they need to consider when shopping for an electric fireplace. For each product on the list, the site’s writers discuss the size of the unit and the décor style in which it will best fit. In addition, each listing includes a detailed rundown of the model’s features, discussing everything from scratch-resistant glass to the complexity of heat settings. For each fireplace, PluginFireplaces.com also shows readers where they can find the model for the best price online.

Mach went on to say, “There are so many models of electric fireplaces available online, and each of them possess different characteristics that make it unique Whether a homeowner is looking for a fireplace that will hang on their wall like a painting or would like something that fits right in with their current setup, there’s something out there for them. With the help of our top 10 rankings list, it is our hope that our website can help them find their perfect electric fireplace match. Surely, over the course of time our site will grow and provide more best-of lists for other categories, like electric inserts or fireplaces ready-made to hold your TV, as well as general advice about the topic at hand”.

He also points out that, contrary to one’s intuition, electric fireplaces can be a great money saver and be part of a supplemental heating strategy. “They can help your pocket. And the environment.”

About PluginFireplaces.com:

Electric fireplaces are not a small investment, but a valuable one. PluginFireplaces.com is here to give readers the best advice on purchasing them, as well as point them to strategies and best practices when it comes to getting maximum enjoyment out of their fireplaces.

Source: http://markets.financialcontent.com/publicradio/news/read/33801084

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Feb
26
2017

Home Solar Incentives Announces New Educational Portal Focusing on Solar Energy

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(Trenton, New Jersey)– Shaun Scarpa of Home Solar Incentives ( recently announced the company has secured funding for its operations and educational portal. This is the latest step in the organization’s efforts to better inform home and business owners across New Jersey on solar energy and sustainability. Nationwide reports on the subject rank the state fourth in the country for solar energy implementation.

Said Scarpa, “Our goal is to educate homeowners and business owners on the benefits of solar energy for the environment, their wallets and property values. We pride ourselves on providing fact-based, unbiased information at no cost to those who seek our help. In addition to offering details on the benefits of solar energy as they apply to property owners in New Jersey, we provide information on incentives and no-cost installation programs available to consumers throughout the state.”

Based on the most recent figures made available to the public, upwards of 2,000 Megawatts of solar energy are currently installed in New Jersey with this amount expected to double by decade’s end. This movement is partially fueled by a Renewable Portfolio Standard requiring at least 22.5 percent of the state’s electricity to be drawn from renewable resources by 2021. Authorities also point to long-term cost-effectiveness as a driving force behind swelling statewide interest in solar energy.

Various sources indicate certain tax credits toward components and labor remain available to New Jersey residents and property owners who choose to incorporate solar power. Numerous additional incentive programs are likewise being offered, many of which vary by specific location, system capacity and other factors. Among the largest solar installations currently in place throughout the state are Berry Plastic Corporation, Pilesgrove Solar Project and Howell Solar Farm.

Further details on solar energy incentives are available at with an array of additional information also offered through the Home Solar Incentives website.

Concluded Scarpa, “Our website explains what property owners can expect during the installation process, how net metering works and a number of other points. Once our readers are ready to convert, we’re here to help determine if they’re eligible for the many incentive programs currently in place and connect them with local solar installers. As the cost of conventional energy continues to surge and that of solar installation drops in proportion, more people are expressing interest in making the switch. We’re here to make sure they have all the information they need going into the venture.”

About Home Solar Incentives:

With the mission of providing a neutral viewpoint based on solar facts and helping readers make the best financial and environmental decisions for their homes or businesses, Home Solar Incentives offers a wealth of information and resources for New Jersey residents and property owners.

Source: http://finance.travelweekly.com/northstar.travelweekly/news/read/33801082

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