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Beat the San Diego summer heat with a whole house fan!!

June 18, 2016
Keeping your home cool in the summer while not paying an arm and a leg in utilities can seem downright impossible sometimes. With the installation of a whole house fan, you can cool your entire house in minutes without blasting your a/c!

How it works:
A whole house fan is installed in your ceiling and, with your windows open, pulls all the warm air in your house up through your attic, out your attic vents, and replaces it with cooler, fresher air from outside. The best time to run your whole house fan is early in the morning or later in the evening - typically for 30 minutes - when outside air is cooler. A whole house fan may run all day if the temperature outside is tolerable, creating an all day "breeze effect."

With or without centralized air conditioning you can effectively control the temperature of your home with the installation of a whole house fan. At a fraction of the cost to run an air conditioner, the installation of a whole house is a wise investment. To read why the Department of Energy calls them "energy savers," click here. Weather you live out east in El Cajon or La Mesa or near the beach in La Jolla, Del Mar, or Point Loma Revolution Electric can help you with the process, from size of the fan to installation. Give us a call at 619-333-6609 today!
 

So, why did the lights go out at the Super Bowl?

February 11, 2013

After a week of finger-pointing and speculation as to what caused the Super Bowl XLVII blackout in New Orleans, Entergy, the Superdome’s energy supplier, recently released their assessment of this epic outage. It seems, though, that the blame-game is not yet finished. While Entergy officials are citing the innate defectiveness of the relay device, the device’s manufacturer, S&C Electric, is throwing the blame right back onto Entergy for applying incorrect settings to the device.

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Max Lablaiks Max is an electrical contractor and the owner of Revolution Electric. Over his 10+ years in the industry, Max has been exposed to a wide spectrum of work, ranging from residential service, to being at the forefront of the solar movement, to working on multimillion dollar projects in San Diego's biotech industry.

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