Tiny houses are a great way to live with a smaller carbon footprint. In Seattle, they have also become a practical response to our city’s housing crisis. The Low Income Housing Institute has constructed Tiny House Villages all over the city. Our experience is that people looking to live in a small footprint are inherently […]
Infrared Ceiling Panels are the perfect fit towards smaller living for a larger life – Phinney Home Design and Remodel Fair’s theme this year. Come see our demo unit on display on Sun, Jan 31, 11am-4pm. Laura will be presenting “Heating for a Small Footprint” at 1:30pm. Playing off this year’s theme – Smaller Living, Larger Life. […]
Having zone controlled heat is one of the most energy efficient and affective ways to save money on your heating bill without sacrificing comfort in your home. Many forced air systems claim to have zone control capabilities but in reality the furnace has to work even harder to heat other rooms when the registers or […]
Mighty Energy is proud to announce that we are co-hosting a site on the NW Green Home Tour! The Westside Remodel + Heat Conversion (April 25, 11-5, 3443 49th Ave SW, Seattle) is a simple and sweet, 2-story, energy efficient addition designed by Young Architecture to give this family a little breathing room. Mighty Energy […]
On March 31, 2015 SolaRay panels became officially CE certified, paving the path for sales + installations in countries across Europe. We are so happy that our European friends now have access to this cozy stellar line of yummy and efficient heating system! Congratulations to Ducoterra as their company continues to grow and become a […]
The April meeting of the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild was all about HVAC, and Mighty Energy Solutions was a presenter! Laura had an opportunity to share information about radiant heat panels and talk about how they have worked for her clients and in her own home. If you have questions about radiant heat panels and how […]
Check out this video of Laura talking about Infrared Radiant Heat Panels at the NW EcoBuilding Guild’s Portland Bee Blender.