2020 Northwest Remodeling Expo

2020 Northwest Remodeling Expo

Friday, Jan 24 – Sunday, Jan 26

Washington State Convention Center
Halls 4EF 800 Convention Place, Seattle, WA 98101

GET YOUR FREE TICKETS HERE! (Just print and present at the event.)

The 2020 Northwest Remodeling Expo brings together hundreds of local and regional home improvement companies for one weekend only. Bigger and better than ever– at Seattle’s comprehensive “one stop” home improvement marketplace, you’ll discover new resources and companies to help you update and maintain your home.

Geo Lafontant, from our team, will be presenting at the Expo during the seminar session Big Heat for a Small Footprint to talk about innovative and efficient infrared heating solutions for small and multi-use spaces that tread lightly on the planet at 4 PM on Saturday, January 25 at Stage Left. Click here to register for the seminar.

Come and visit us at Booth #1012!

Spring Infrared Heating Open Houses

Spring Infrared Heating Open Houses

Join us for an open house! Mighty Energy Solutions will be opening our home showroom to building professionals and homeowners on the following Tuesdays this Spring: February 26, March 19, April 23 and May 14. This is an opportunity to see Infrared Radiant Ceiling PanelsRadiant Cove Heaters and our BioSmart Wall Heaters in action. Heating season is still upon us and now is a great time to think about how to efficiently heat your home. Pacific Northwest rainy seasons can be tough, but not with Infrared Radiant Heat! These systems provide a warm, cozy, and healthy heat all year long. Come experience this comforting heat for yourself! [photo credit to Denizen Homes]

February 26 | March 19 | April 23 | May 14

8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

3108 SW Webster St

RSVP’s welcomed but not necessary. Drop in anytime, no formal presentation.

Northwest Green Home Tour 2019

Northwest Green Home Tour 2019

The Northwest Green Home Tour is an annual education event that showcases local, sustainable, and green new homes and businesses. Get inspired by projects in all shades of light to deep green, from backyard cottages and kitchen remodels to new homes built with cutting-edge green features. You’ll see and learn first-hand how your neighbors are generating their own electricity with solar panels, lowering their energy bills with insulation, and creating healthier home environments for their families with better building materials and systems. Learn from experts and really understand “what makes it green” on this educational tour. Together we can build a better future! 
We are excited to announce that SIX projects on the tour that feature infrared radiant heaters supplied by Mighty Energy! Don’t miss this great opportunity to see the latest and greatest green building projects in the Northwest. 
Check out the following sites: 

Madrona 12 Townhomes 

West Seattle Denizen Residence 

West Side Second Story

Envision

Garage to Mother-In-Law Cottage Transformation

South Park Elbow Room

Join us May 4 and 5, 2019 from 11 AM to 5 PM

Register HERE for tickets!

NW Remodeling Expo: Jan 18-20, 2019

NW Remodeling Expo: Jan 18-20, 2019

Join us for the best home remodeling show of the year on January 18, 19, and 20, 2019 at the Washington State Convention Center! The NW Remodeling Expo brings together hundreds of local and regional home improvement companies for one weekend only. And it’s the perfect way to jumpstart your remodeling project — come chat directly with the pros.

You’ll also have a chance to see all of our infrared radiant heating products up close and personal. Plus, tickets are on us! Just download our free passes to print or save to your phone. See you there!

Friday January 18 | 12:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Saturday January 19 | 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Sunday January 20 | 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Washington State Convention Center – Halls 4EF

800 Convention Place, Seattle, WA 98101

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PASSES HERE

Our very own, Laura Elfline will also be presenting a FREE seminar on effective heat solutions for a small footprint:

Big Heat for a Small Footprintwith Laura Elfline –  Mighty Energy Solutions
12pm Sunday – Stage Left – A discussion of innovative and efficient heating solutions for small and multi-use spaces that tread lightly on the planet, this seminar will look at backyard cottages, ADUs, additions, and whole homes.

Register for these seminars and more here.

JLC Live Northwest: Nov 29-30

JLC Live Northwest: Nov 29-30

JLC Live is the only regional trade event in the Pacific Northwest for builders, remodelers, contractors and their crews. The show returns to the Oregon Convention Center for the 7th consecutive year on November 28-30, 2018. And this year, they’re going green! Join us and the NW EcoBuilding Guild for a multi-day live demonstration of high performance building solutions.

JLC LIVE Northwest showcases over 70 building product manufacturers, including 3 manufacturer-led building clinics. Additionally, 5 LIVE building clinics and over 40 conference sessions, all led by nationally recognized experts who are available to sharpen both your business and your job site skills. You can also join us at the after-show party on Thursday to meet and network with your residential construction peers from all over the Pacific Northwest.

REGISTER HERE | FREE Expo Pass with Code: XP21

Big Heat for a Small Footprint, presented by Laura Elfline | Friday, November 30, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

A discussion of innovative heating solutions for small and multi-use spaces such as backyard cottages, ADUs, and compact townhomes. Hybrid heating solutions that are a super comfortable and healthy while saving space, are often also less expensive to install, and treading lightly on the environment.

High Performance Building Clinic – all day on the Exhibit Hall floor – November 29 – 30, 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Representatives of the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild go start to finish on a low-carbon footprint building envelope that will last a century or more. The Guild empowers people through education to transform the built environment for long term sustainability. This multi-day live building clinic, will educate attendees on the how-to details of high performance buildings. NWEBG Leaders, this clinic will consist of building a demo tiny house while showcasing carbon negative and innovative non-toxic materials. We will cover interior and exterior insulation, airtightness and waterproofing, heating and ventilation, as well as durable and sustainable finish options.

Built Green Conference: September 13

Built Green Conference: September 13

Each year, the Built Green Conference beckons the brightest and best in green building from across the Northwest and Mighty Energy Solutions is honored to sponsor this great event once again. Attendees receive valuable, cutting-edge information on green building and sustainability through an array of immersive topics. From building science to policy, from post-occupancy research to discussions on equity, affordability, and community issues and more, the full-day conference offers education and insight for all. We look forward to seeing you there!

September 13, 2018 | 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM | Register Here

Lynwood Convention Center | 3711 196th Street S.W. Lynnwood, WA 98036

We’re Especially Looking Forward to these Sessions:

portrait of Vien Truong

9:00 AM – Keynote from Vien Truong – This year’s keynote speaker is Vien Truong, one of the country’s foremost policy experts and strategists on building an equitable green economy. She serves as CEO of the Dream Corps, and leads Green For All, a national initiative that puts communities of color at the forefront of the climate movement and equality at the center of environmental solutions.

Vien has developed numerous energy, environmental, transportation, and economic policies and programs at the state, federal and local levels. She has advised on billions of dollars in public investments for energy and community development programs – including helping to create the biggest fund in history for low income communities.

 

10:30 AM – 11:30 AM – Development and Displacement: A Discussion on Equitable Social Impacts

Not only does displacement have negative environmental impacts as it contributes to sprawl, but it has major social ramifications as well. People who were previously rooted in their community are having to leave and this separation is painful and unhealthy both for individuals and communities. At the same time, as a region with a rapidly growing population, we must accommodate more people in urban areas. How do we develop while minimizing displacement? This discussion will grapple with this complex question, as panelists talk about creative ideas to maximize both social and environmental good through affordable housing, robust communities, and innovative policy.

panelists for conference session

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM – Mayor’s Forum on Green Building

We often hear about Seattle policy, but some smaller cities in our region have taken large steps to support green building too. Did you know that Kirkland was a leader in expediting permits for green building? Or that all development in the Issaquah Highlands had to be certified to green building standards? Or that Arlington allows more height for green or affordable buildings in its downtown?

The mayors from these three cities will share information about the green building successes that have been achieved in their cities and what visions they have for the future. Come learn what these cities have planned for green development and how you can contribute to their progress.