20 Burst results for "Sausalito"

"sausalito" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:53 min | 4 months ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"What about Sascha Lino Sausalito is is great because it's even less than a day trip. You could go there for coffee. You could go there for lunch. It's just about a 15 minute sail across from the ferry building. I happen to live in Sausalito. Now. I just moved from San Francisco. It's this lovely Town with restaurants and galleries and cafes along the water, and it's really wonderful and you get a great view, so it's sort of trendy and it's got seafood restaurants and it's got nice houseboats went 400 houseboats and near sauce Leader. We've got the Muir Woods National Monument. Tell us about that. The mere woods National Monument is some of the oldest coastal redwoods you'll find, and it's also a very easy day trip, whether you're driving or you could take the ferry to Sausalito, and then there is a bus that goes there. If you are driving you, you need to make a parking reservation, so they do limit the number of people that are in the park via this parking reservation. But completely worth it. Get there early before the tour buses arrive, and it's It's impressive. These tall redwoods and there are a few hiking trails through there, or you can just sit on a bench and take it all in. And I understand this has been actually protected for more than 100 years now so and got this giant redwoods and miles of trails through the forest and to the Kenyan Yes, Quite beautiful. Nice. Now that's to the north of San Francisco to the south and the coast. We have half Moon Bay. Yes, Half Moon Bay and my co author Jill Robinson actually lives in half Moon Bay, and she loves it down there. It's this quaint little town and there are kayak companies and seafood restaurants. It's also well known for its maverick surf competition with a gigantic waves that roll in During the winter, I believe and yeah, and it's not very far from San Francisco, and it's also very easy day trip or go down for lunch. If you want to watch the surfers. Is that something that's all year long or just in certain seasons. I do believe people surf there all year long. But this particular competition Mavericks is a certain time of year and just for safety album. You have to stay back a little bit. So Yeah, I'll never forget. I had a beautiful vacation down there in a wonderful B and B. There's some great B and Bs and half there sure are Now, if you're thinking about more seashore, we've got point Reyes National Seashore. Mm. That's north of San Francisco as well. People love to go out there for recreation. I mean, there are miles and miles of it's a protected seashore and miles and miles of Trails to hike and it's a great day, especially if you're active. It's beautiful photographs and one on a sunny day. I think it's one of the places that can't be beat in the bay Area with an iconic lighthouse. Yeah, and the couple of small towns you can stop. I mean, point. Radio station has a few little great places to stop for coffee or pack up your picnic. We always hear about the San Andreas fault. You can actually see that known that point risk. Okay. No. Gosh, that's that's why don't I didn't know that. Yeah, so there's another reason to go back out of a nature wonderland. There. Definitely talk about Carmel by the sea. Well, Carmel by the sea is going to be a little bit of a longer trip from San Francisco. But.

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Devastating Disease in Dolphins Linked to Extreme Downpours

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Devastating Disease in Dolphins Linked to Extreme Downpours

"The gulf of mexico is home to thousands of bottlenose dolphins. The acrobatic animals can often be spotted leaping and splashing in the water but in recent years a devastating skin disease has afflicted some dolphins in the gulf and around the world research by park diagne of the marine mammal center in sausalito. California shows that climate change is to blame. He says more extreme storms affect how salty the water is in dolphins coastal habitats. Dolphins often live in bays and other areas where freshwater and saltwater mix these are dynamic have tested change with ties change with the weather changes the season. So when a big storm hits a lot of freshwater russia's out of rivers into these coastal waters and the salinity can drop dramatically that can cause lesions to develop on dolphins bodies diagne says that when the water returns to normal the lesions can heal and dolphins may recover but if the low salt levels persist in severe cases. We've seen dolphins that have died from this. Where eighty percents or so of the skin. Surface missing as climate change gets worse. Prolonged outbreaks could become more frequent and more dolphins will likely

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The Solar Entrepreneur with Alex Shoer from Seeder Energy

Mosaic of China

08:02 min | 7 months ago

The Solar Entrepreneur with Alex Shoer from Seeder Energy

"Here with alex. Shaw and alex you are currently in sausalito in northern california. That is correct. Well thank you so much and tell me what is your usual job title because things are so unusual now but what box should we put you in right now. Well i don't like to put in boxes so i'll give myself options that Yeah my current role is director of strategy at we work. So i actually helping to reimagine the workplace But i'm also the co founder of cedar clean energy which is renewable energy consulting and advisory company based in shanghai. So we have two hats two boxes to put me in today. Wow that sounds pretty. Bifurcated it kind of a metaphor of your life. Yeah you could say that. I think that's the right word. Bifurcated and corona virus Covid nineteen situation has also kind of showed me that whatever box you're in is not really a box at all it just becomes a you know a starting point. Well said well talking starting points. What is the object that you have which in some way typifies your life in china. Yes oh my object is actually a hammock It is a portable travel hanoch and it is something that i have never left home without. You know it weighs seven grams. Excuse me seven ounces. Seven grams would be incredible. I've slept in train stations. Airports fields parks basically allows me to feel like wherever i am. I have a home. Which is kind of a nice feeling when you're someone who travels as much as i do. It's also incredibly useful for someone who travels on airplanes a lot because flights now don't give you blankets and these long flights where they blasted air-conditioning actually sometimes use it as a blanket. And i'm a big napper. So anytime i can i take my afternoon twenty minute to thirty minute nap and this gives me the confidence to do that. So whether i'm going to office. Or whatever is really. I can go and sneak out and find a little parker area to hang a hammock very nice okay and so in that thing unveils and it becomes a big hammock right exactly. Yeah it tax down. Size of fist and unfurled into a luxurious would feels like a queen size bed. I even seen research that sir that you've actually sleep deeper in a hammock because somehow mimics the feeling of being in a womb and so i love my hammock and yeah and it really does go even on You know again day to day to the office and things like that which is a funny segue. Actually because i could talk about how. There is a culture in china where people are encouraged to take a little nap during the middle of the day right. That is a great point. Yeah i i. Obviously i think one of the most shocking things about going into the work world elder into an office is seeing heads down at one pm in across the whole office and some of the most uncomfortable positions i've ever seen Definitely did not acquire that scale. Which i heard something. Most most of them had learned in school You know to be able to sleep with your head on a desk anywhere but Yeah that was certainly a fascinating part. Well from napping. It's hard to move onto the next topic because you are someone who is extremely active. Tell me about what you were up to in shanghai these few years like. How long have you actually been in china. So i moved to china october. Twenty eleven. the the china didn't really was not really in the plan for me. It was a six week trip that got extremely extremely extended within a few weeks. I had actually met someone who had become my business partner in the future. And his name's johnny brow as he's belgian national. We had exchange ideas and so together. We ended up honestly within a series of weeks. We were like had a business plan and we were ready. We already started doing project. So by fourth or fifth week in china we had secured a Interest from a hotel in union for us to come and do an assessment of their hotel to see what environmental technologies and solutions they could implement to reduce their energy costs. Be more sustainable. And essentially to engage the local community so after that and having that all happened so quickly i was like no brainer as i got cancelled. I'm canceling the return flight. I'm sticking around. We're going to see how this plays out. So that's the first part of this journey. Oh wow well. Let's fast forward them to what you have until recently been doing in china you. You mentioned that you have now done some work with we work. But what i'm more interested in is your own company. So tell me about where that story ended up for you in china yeah. So cedar clergy became the first company in china to offer rooftop solar financing for commercial industrial buildings. So wait a minute. Rooftop financing. Explain what that means. Yeah so rooftop. Solar financing what that means is essentially a mechanism or a way to pay for solar panels on a rooftop of a building so usually a factory or an office building without having to put up any money upfront. So usually that's a power purchase agreement model which means essentially third party investor pays for all the solar panels on the roof and the owner of that building then basically gets a savings or discount on their electric from day one so that owner of the building doesn't pay anything they only get savings and the investor of that project gets to sell the electricity to the building. Yeah interesting so when you first doing this in china had already heard about this model elsewhere and they were open to it or was there a period of education total education on they had heard about like a leasing model where you kind of rent the solar panels but never this model where you don't have to pay anything up front and so did a lot of education and all of our early customers. Frankly were western companies so we actually had to go to hong kong and found a hong kong sash singapore fund that had experienced in other markets. Doing this from there. We took us about eighteen months to really figure out all the nuances with the state grid with with how to do the the special purpose vehicles which are the entities and all of the paperwork attached to it. But once we did it was kind of a big breakthrough for us and for the market and very quickly this whole space took off so we were like we're onto something in china and we have the right secret sauce and we have this Opportunity in the opportunity in the market. I first market so much urgency. That i think it became too much right where you end up starting to make sometimes poor decisions or somebody's putting too much pressure on yourself or other people because it's just like this fear of seeing everyone else who's been in that position and then not capitalizing on it not executing properly or just getting passed by the competition because originally we were first to market so it was actually pretty easy by twenty sixteen. There were already several players popping up big chinese companies as well as a few foreign players. So you have the big panel manufacturers. Who are actually selling their own product in a way and then you have these engineering companies that have tons of resources. The and for them you know they had just infinitely more human power and capital So then it really became our whole differentiator in that was trust credibility and quality than we obviously added services onto that right. We added like verification. We added onsite advisories. We go onto the site do that sesame and so we were we kind of a then built our own niche within the niche. So then there was. No one else is doing this. We call it advisory services for renewable energy because what everyone wanted was the holy grail of being the engine company who got the contract to build it or the financing company. Who put the money in. Because that's a good moneymaker too and so we ended up. You know serving both sides

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"sausalito" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"sausalito" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They're still waiting for the state to approve, but they could return to in person classes as soon as September. 8th. Oh, Toko Garcia. He's the superintendent of the Sausalito Marin School District, which is applying for waivers. And he says Bayside Martin Luther King Junior Academy with 120 students will essentially reopen with like 12. Many schools are like distinct cohorts within the one building. Each with their own separate bathroom, separate recess time and separate lunchtime. Garcia says he's already seeing an uptick in new students registering for his school. Right. That's because while lots of parents are afraid to send their kids to school, there are also a lot of parents who want their kids to get in person instruction. And now the state has released a list of the first batch of schools that have gotten state approval. There were like 100 of them, but most of the waivers were given to private schools. Yeah, and this is highlighting this concern, or maybe even now, a consensus that distance learning is adding to an already existing equity gap. I mean, one issues the digital divide some students done of wife, eyes or computers. But there's a bigger concern that remote learning just isn't working for students, especially students or homeless and foster care, English language learners and those who just don't learn well on computers. I mean, one of the biggest issues here I think is that in wealthy families, parents are often working from home. They can keep an eye on their kids to make sure they're learning. But you can imagine if a student's parents are essential workers. Many of them cannot do that. And that's one of the reasons I took A Garcia and Moran is opening Bayside MLK because those air many of the students he's serving there, so that begs the question. Why aren't more public schools especially in areas where students have these needs? Why aren't they trying to open? Well, I mean, Garcia says it takes a lot of planning, and he's been thinking with his team about how to create these small in person classes. Since school's shut down in March, Like for months he's been working on this. It does take resource is especially if you're running a large school in a large district like Oakland, and it's easier when you have a small school. I mean, logistically..

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"sausalito" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"sausalito" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You know you start to look at live in prison for a long time for a crime they may have committed when they were maybe in their teens you know those crimes are pretty terrible crime so these are difficult cases but I'm reviewing them expeditiously and of course we're doing everything we can within the prisons to separate populations of people may have covert nineteen at a very low level low security for people don't have it and then work hospitalized those who do governor thanks so much really appreciate the time thank you Steve JB Pritzker is the democratic governor of the state of Illinois he joined us from home in Chicago this is NPR news and this is KQED public radio and coming up on morning edition a story about how some cities are having wild animals come into the urban areas with the corona virus pandemic going on concluding Chicago and including San Francisco that story coming up let's go to Sausalito now and check out Peter finch Hey what's happening with traffic there yeah it's road works best south bound wanna one traffic slow right now pretty much all the way from the Robin Williams tunnel to the toll plaza we're also seeing rolled road work slowing traffic some old great north bound six eighty slow going from Sheridan road to signal road muny in San Francisco keep in mind just seventeen routes running these days and it's for a central trips only I'm Peter finch for KQED thank you Peter and it's going to be a beautiful day today sunny mild temperatures.

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"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You have the exact same ventilation coda Sausalito California now thank a crazy that is their attics get to eighty your first gets to hundred fifty degrees but you have the same bands that tends to be a reason why a lot of people say at eight o'clock at night why the heck am I hotter in my house when it's cold outside or in the winter time quite a catch jump on the roofs right right you're paying your money basically the heat the world you go to snow area and you see the snow melting on top of the rough outside you're paying your money the heat the world yeah so that's why he was jailed for twenty eight years of doing this forty five thousand clients we focused primarily I jokingly say the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing keep the heat you do not want in the summer out keep the heat you do want in the winter and if you do that well you're going to run your air conditioner heater seventy percent last you're going to save up to forty four percent off a utility bill mainly because your ten to twelve degrees cooler in the summer warmer in the winter and because you're running your air conditioner in heater seventy percent less because you're not wasting your no longer kicking your high tier that's why you save forty four percent off your bill sure you save on money and in addition to that the experts will tell you that the best heating and cooling systems are those that don't run in other words if you don't have to have a kick in and heat your home or kick in and cool your home if it's properly insulated you're much better off because I system's going to last a lot longer you're dead on and in fact it's funny all the years I've been doing commercials on TV and radio the number one question I get over three decades it's the same question client will call and say Garrett should I upgrade my air conditioner heat and my answer is always the same so you could more efficiently waste energy right well book until you keep the heat you do not want out summer and keep the heat you do one and winner while you're doing with better air conditioning and heating and fans is cycling air flow trying to feel better without fixing the problem at the source right right now there is a special offer if you dial pound two fifty and you say the key word eagle she'll know your attic on it he is going to be three hundred fifty dollars but that's going to be waived for homeowners who call right now eagle shield will also include a free high performance space age water heater blanket to the first fifty callers that's a one hundred and fifty dollar value dial pound two fifty when you're prompted say eagle shield that's pretty easy to do you have an option to receive an auto dialed text message with more information from I heart media so remember to accept that text message it's important you say yes to that because then of course you get all of this valuable information on eagle field and this special offer dial pound two fifty right now okay so our special I guess here today is Garrett Harward Garrett is a local energy specialist and owner of eagle shield once again good to have you in here talk to me a little bit about how you help our listeners I mean when you go out there you talk about savings as far as the money it's going to take the heat or cool the home you're talking about making sure that their heating and cooling systems last longer give us all those benefits well in order of importance for the biggest return on investment we start with the eighty percent of your heat loss and he game which is attic so the first thing we do is before you could solve a problem you have to know what the problem is right so we come in with thermal imaging so we have a nine thousand dollar thermal imaging camera it will assess where you're losing he gained he give us that exact percentage and we will completely do an audit of your attic and we'll look at things like your Vance.

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"sausalito" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"sausalito" Discussed on WGN Radio

"West to Sausalito California also the door Sausalito California I have the best Italian food once in Sausalito California did you really a got on one of those boats from San Francisco videos over to Sausalito yeah and that's a very charming little town Sausalito population seven thousand sixty one I counted sixty three it may be a couple of people moved since the but I we had a lot with with the this the medallion place for lunch yeah I'm and I had with that I have but zuppa Depeche at zoot but the Pasha okay like seafood like a seafood stew with fresh seafood just all that sounds so good great caught out of the and some night out of San Francisco Bay cross the garlic bread I have never forgotten that fantastic meal and that's what when I think Sausalito I think of my zoo but the pasture was this a place that was recommended to your now you just happened happened upon it that's the most fun we don't just walk into a place and just discovery yeah just walking around being a tourist in those like my dogs are barking I think I'm gonna sit down for a minute and you went in there and had that unforgettable meals fantastic that's happened to us too yeah very nice you know what Sausalito means do not it's a it's a Spanish word it means small willow Grove for now there were there was human activity there native Americans have been living in that area for thousands of years but the first European person to us set foot on what is now known as Sausalito was don Jose did conjure saris on August fifth the don Jose cut years don Jose or do you say dont Joe say now I don't think anybody says they get it because it August fifth seventeen seventy five but the reason we bring up Sausalito is because that is the first community you come to if you are driving north on what is truly an American icon the Golden Gate Bridge I add it was on this date in nineteen thirty three that construction began on the Golden Gate Bridge excavating three point two million cubic feet of dirt for the structure's anchorages if took over four years to finish it was opened on may twenty seventh nineteen thirty seven I was surprised that they were able to do it that quickly all yeah especially given the technology technology back then yeah it would you say thirty of the year not on this date in nineteen thirty three in may of nineteen thirty seven thank you so nineteen thirties technology at this enormous structure they were able to put together in relatively short period of time yeah and Charles Kuralt did some special interviews with some of the surviving band that built the bridge and he could do it as only he could talking about the you know the effort involved how he was in the middle of the depression nineteen thirty three I had a lot of these guys were looking for work they didn't have any they didn't even know the first thing about building bridges right but they were put to work and they did it right that's amazing just bombing was Charles Kuralt don't go there grandma who's Charles Charles Kuralt who is this man named Walter con cried the Golden Gate Bridge begun January fifth nineteen thirty three Charles Kuralt the famous newsman's very famous kids less local deals in a class by her gather together own uncle the yeah kids he was and with the cold Kurt Loder of his day her lotus hello sorry to hear anyone thriving over the Golden Gate Bridge towards Sausalito as we speak you have sunny skies and forty eight today that's a magnificent Dr it's one of the most magnificent drive have you done that with your dad on your many road trip we've done it twice and then I did it with friends in nineteen ninety hi we yeah we did it on a road trip in two thousand one and then way way way back when I was a little boy we did it in nineteen sixty five dad took a magnificent picture of the bridge and it's on my Facebook page in a photo album called the golden American road trip so check it out there's also a very interesting section and twenties Facebook page of the foods that he's eaten the last week where I had one in and it was a when I witness to this I know was this even talking about it for years I ate a bowl of oatmeal really because usually just have sweet rolls on Sunday yes hi today twenties nickname on Sunday mornings Bernie brothers what's we never stop baking day or night never stop taking your night you started it the famous kids a gather round until the that was the famous bakery are we burn the brothers expected to our part to the killer now because of you Bernie brothers was not an actual bakery right it was just I think it was my mom would buy Bernie brothers but from the jewel from did tool yeah yeah you get it did get a grocery store it's not like there was a burning may have been a brand name the crew also shared it with jewel right I don't remember seeing it another stores with the jokes are really funny when you have to super dissect them while anybody who's under ninety years old doesn't understand it's okay no thought for Sausalito to there is a a great song by that I lose diesel was the name of the group a Sausalito summer nights they came out in the the eighties I remember that there was also in the name of that song Sausalito today so we'll have we'll Sausalito merry area excellent I'm gonna have to check out that restaurant seriously I hope it's still there well a few years ago it I'm pretty sure that they are not right now twenty it sounds like you're getting personal calls back in the news for you better go answer that finance do it I'm at your service day and night is he running into this room thank you for the far flung forecast you're welcome and happy new year she.

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"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK I'm hosted lance canon here this time with Garrett Harwood who was a local energy specialist and also owner of eagle she'll always good to have you back thanks for having me all right so tell us a little bit about eagle she'll first of all what do you guys do well we're kind of a one stop energy store so what we do is we focus on what department of energy calls the big three insulation ventilation and quality purer air flow if you think of it kind of like a three legged stool if any one legacy of functioning you're just overloading the other two and down you go absolutely crack so out of the big three the single most important thing you ever do to improve your comfort level lower utility bills is insulation there is nothing more important in installations like people were interviewing me and people say Garrett should I upgrade my air conditioner heater and my answer is always the same so you could more efficiently waste energy right until you keep the summer heat out that you do not want which were in right now they keep the winner heat in that you do want all you're doing with running air conditioning and fans to cycling air flow trying to feel better without fixing the problem of the source so insulations number one if you don't do that first does your new make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that right why you're running fans why running air wide opening doors and windows getting keep the summer heat out yeah keep the winter he then so after we deal with the insulation the next thing we focus on is ventilation now that is vitally important where you live you live in what we call Hades hot sacramental basin way don't we know it because of that heat index it's really really important to sock that hundred fifty degrees of hot air out of your attic what is hotter want to do when you're home it wants to run right yeah exactly but it can't because our attic is full of a hundred fifty degrees fly there and and the problem with your Vance's those venture what's called passive ventilation that just simply means that the attic fills up with a hundred fifty degrees of hot air and it can't hold anymore than the east south slowly but the attic space for all day long with your attic full of a hundred fifty degrees all day long well then the hot air can't leave your home right so we recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof and this county the number of events per square forty arrests space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really now think about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees in your attic gets the hundred fifty degrees right would you have the same vents so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter can leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates spotter forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro conserve your breathing cleaner air and and then see all your registers so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three year registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attached to just hold a boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back to back fill so you Lou zing ten fifteen percent air flow so common thing clients say does this man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fans are I those things are like magic yeah UT album is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just then relates ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation Maliki pure err flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised at just how much more comfortable you can be with air flow alone you add in all the rest of it and imagine how well your system will work and how much longer it could last well the air flow is so important but that is dealing with the symptoms right night fixing our problem we believe fixed the problem at the source first now the air flows more efficient you double your air flow you feel better because you're ten degrees cooler in the summer warmer in the winter well this is all well and good by the way we right now we're talking to a Garrett Harwood who is not only a local energy specials but also the owner of eagle shield and there's a special deal that I want to tell people about right now to a special offer if you dont dial pound two fifty and you say the word eagle she'll do that now and your attic audit fee is going to be well it's normally three hundred fifty dollars but it's going to be waived for the homeowners to call right now that's a fantastic deal right there and then eagle shield is also going to include a free hi performance space age water heater blanket to the first fifty callers that's a hundred and fifty dollar value there too so dial pound two fifty then when you're prompted say eagle shield that's pretty much all you have to do you've got the op to receive an.

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Another edition of at home with KFBK I'm host implants canon here this time with Garrett Harwood who was a local energy specialist and also owner of eagle she'll always good to have you back thanks for having me all right so tell us a little bit about eagle she'll first of all what do you guys do well we're kind of a one stop energy store so what we do is we focus on what department of energy calls the big three insulation ventilation and quality purer air flow if you think of that kind of like a three legged stool if any one legacy of functioning you're just overloading the other two and down you go absolutely crack so out of the big three the single most important thing you ever do to improve your comfort level lower utility bills is insulation there is nothing more important than installations like people were interviewing me and people say Garrett should I upgrade my air conditioner heater and my answer is always the same so you could more efficiently waste energy right until you keep the summer heat out that you do not want which were in right now they keep the winner heat in that you do want all you're doing with running air conditioning and fans to cycling air flow trying to feel better without fixing the problem at the source so insulations number one if you don't do that first does your new make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that right why you're running fans why you're running a our wide opening doors and windows getting keep the summer heat out yeah keep the winter he then so after we deal with the insulation the next thing we focus on is ventilation now that is vitally important where you live you live in what we call Hades hot sacramental basin way don't we know it because of that heat index it's really really important to sock that hundred fifty degrees of hot air out of your attic what is hotter want to do when you're home it wants to run right yeah exactly but it can't because your attic is full of a hundred fifty degrees water air and and the problem with your Vance's those venture what's called passive ventilation that just simply means that the attic fills up with a hundred fifty degrees of hot air and they can't hold anymore than the east south slowly but the attic space for all day long with your attic full of a hundred fifty degrees all day long well then the hot air can't leave your home right so we recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof and this county the number of events per square forty arrests space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really now think about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees in your attic gets the hundred fifty degrees right would you have the same vents so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter can leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates about a forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro con so your breathing cleaner air and and then see all your registers so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three a registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attached to just hold a boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back to back fill so you lose zing ten fifteen percent air flow so common thing clients say does this man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fan I those things are like magic yeah UT album is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just then relates ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation Maliki pure err flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised at just how much more comfortable you can be with air flow alone you add in all the rest of it and imagine how well your system will work and how much longer it could last well the air flow was so important but that is dealing with the symptoms right night fixing our problem we believe fixed the problem of the source first now the air flows more efficient you double your air flow you feel better because you're ten degrees cooler in the summer warmer in the winter well this is all well and good by the way we right now we're talking to a Garrett Harwood who is not only a local energy specials but also the owner of the eagle shield and there's a special deal that I want to tell people about right now to a special offer if you dont dial pound two fifty and you say the word eagle she'll do that now and your attic audit fee is going to be well it's normally three hundred fifty dollars but it's going to be waived for the homeowners who call right now that's a fantastic deal right there and then eagle shield is also going to include a free hi performance space age water heater blanket to the first fifty callers that's a hundred and fifty dollar value there too so dial.

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Looking into another edition of at home with KFBK I'm host implants cannot hear this time with Garrett Harwood who was a local energy specialist and also owner of eagle she'll always good to have you back thanks for having me all right so tell us a little bit about eagle she'll first of all what do you guys do well we're kind of a one stop energy store so what we do is we focus on what department of energy calls the big three insulation ventilation and quality purer air flow if you think of it kind of like a three legged stool if any one legacy of functioning you're just overloading the other two and down you go absolutely crack so out of the big three the single most important thing you ever do to improve your comfort level lower utility bills is insulation there is nothing more important in insulation site people were interviewing me and people say Garrett should I upgrade my air conditioner heater and my answer is always the same so you could more efficiently waste energy right until you keep the summer heat out that you do not want which were in right now keep the winner heat in that you do want all you're doing with running air conditioning and fans to cycling air flow trying to feel better without fixing the problem at the source so insulations number one if you don't do that first as you make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that right why you're running fans why you're running a our wide opening doors and windows getting keep the summer heat out yeah keep the winter he then so after we deal with the insulation the next thing we focus on is ventilation now that is vitally important where you live you live in what we call Hades hot sacramental basin way don't we know it because of that heat index it's really really important to sock that hundred fifty degrees of hot air out of your attic what is hotter want to do when you're home at once. right right yeah exactly but it can't because your attic is full of a hundred fifty degrees water air and and the problem with your Vance's those venture what's called passive ventilation that just simply means that the attic fills up with a hundred fifty degrees of hot air and they can't hold anymore than the east south slowly but the attic space for all day long with your attic full of a hundred fifty degrees all day long well then the hot air can't leave your home right so we recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof and this county. the number of events for score forty arrests space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really nothing about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees in your attic gets the hundred fifty degrees right but you had the same events so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter can leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates about a forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro con so your breathing cleaner air and and then see all your registers so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attached as a whole to boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back to back fill so you Lou. zing ten fifteen percent air flow so common thank clients say does this man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fans are I those things are like magic yeah UT of them is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just then relates ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation quality pure err flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised.

Garrett Harwood hundred fifty degrees twenty eight percent ten fifteen percent forty four percent seventy percent eighty degrees sixty watt ten years
"sausalito" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on KGO 810

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"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK I'm hosted lance panel here this time with Garrett Harwood who was a local energy specialist and also owner of eagle she'll always good to have you back thanks for having me all right so tell us a little bit about eagle she'll first of all what do you guys do well we're kind of a one stop energy store so what we do is we focus on what department of energy calls the big three insulation ventilation and quality purer air flow if you think of it kind of like a three legged stool if any one legacy of functioning you're just overloading the other two and down you go absolutely crack so out of the big three the single most important thing you ever do to improve your comfort level lower utility bills is insulation there is nothing more important than installations like people were interviewed me and people say Garrett should I upgrade my air conditioner heater and my answer is always the same so you could more efficiently waste energy right until you keep the summer heat out that you do not want which were in right now they keep the winner heat in that you do want all you're doing with running air conditioning and Francis cycling air flow trying to feel better without fixing the problem at the source so insulations number one if you don't do that first does your new make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that right why you're running fans why running air wide opening doors and windows you didn't keep the summer heat out yeah keep the winter he then so after we deal with the insulation the next thing we focus on is ventilation now that is vitally important where you live you live in what we call Hades hot sacramental basin way don't we know it because of that heat index it's really really important to sock that hundred fifty degrees of hot air out of your attic what is hotter want to do when you're home it wants to right right yeah exactly but it can't because your attic is full of a hundred fifty degrees fly there and and the problem with your Vance's those venture what's called passive ventilation that just simply means that the attic fills up with a hundred fifty degrees of hot air and it can't hold anymore than the east south slowly but the attic space for all day long with your attic full of a hundred fifty degrees all day long well then the hot air can't leave your home right so we recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof in this county the number of events per square foot a year a space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really nothing about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees yeah your ad against a hundred fifty degrees right but you have the same vents so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter can leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates about a forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro con so your breathing cleaner air and and then see your register so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three year registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attached as a whole to boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back to back fill so you Lou zing ten fifteen percent air flow so common thing clients say does this man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fan I those things are like magic yeah UT of them is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just then lates ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation quality pure err flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised.

Garrett Harwood lance hundred fifty degrees twenty eight percent ten fifteen percent forty four percent seventy percent eighty degrees sixty watt three year ten years
"sausalito" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK I'm hosted lance cannot hear this time with Garrett Harwood who is a local energy specialist and also owner of eagle she'll always good to have you back thanks for having me all right so tell us a little bit about eagle she'll first of all what do you guys do well we're kind of a one stop energy store so what we do is we focus on what department of energy calls the big three insulation ventilation and quality purer air flow if you think of it kind of like a three legged stool if any one legacy of functioning you're just overloading the other two and down you go absolutely crack so out of the big three the single most important thing you ever do to improve your comfort level lower utility bills is insulation there is nothing more important in installations like people were interviewed me and people say Garrett should I upgrade my air conditioner heater and my answer is always the same so you could more efficiently waste energy right until you keep the summer heat out that you do not want which were in right now they keep the winner heat in that you do want all you're doing with running air conditioning and fans to cycling air flow trying to feel better without fixing the problem at the source so insulations number one if you don't do that first as you make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that right why you're running fans why you're running a our wide opening doors and windows you didn't keep the summer heat out yeah keep the winter he then so after we deal with the insulation the next thing we focus on is ventilation now that is vitally important where you live you live in what we call Hades hot sacramental basin way don't we know it because of that heat index it's really really important to sock that hundred fifty degrees of hot air out of your attic what is hotter wanted doing your home it once right right yeah exactly but it can't because your attic is full of a hundred fifty degrees hot air and and the problem with your Vance's those venture what's called passive ventilation that just simply means that the attic fills up with a hundred fifty degrees of hot air and it can't hold anymore than the east south slowly but the attic space for all day long with your attic full of a hundred fifty degrees all day long well then the hot air can't leave your home right so we recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof in this county the number of events per square foot a arrest space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really nothing about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees yeah your attic gets the hundred fifty degrees right but you had the same events so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter can leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates about a forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro conserve your breathing cleaner air and and then see all your registers so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attached to just hold a boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back to back fill so you Lou using ten fifteen percent air flow so common thing clients say does this man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fan art I those things are like magic yeah UT of them is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just ventilate ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation Maliki pure err flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised at just how much more comfortable you can be with air flow alone you add in all the rest of it and imagine how well your system will work and how much longer it could last well the air flow is so important but that is dealing with the symptoms right night fixing our problem we believe fixed the problem of the source first now the air flows more efficient you double your air flow you feel better because you're ten degrees cooler in the summer warmer in the winter well this is all well and good by the way we right now we're talking to a Garrett Harwood who is not only a local energy specials but also the owner of eagle shield and there's a special deal that I want to tell people about right now to a special offer if you dont dial pound two fifty and you say the word eagle she'll do that now and your attic audit fee is going to be well it's normally three hundred fifty dollars but it's going to be waived for the homeowners who call right now that's a fantastic deal right there and then eagle shield is also going to include a free hi performance space age water heater blanket to the first fifty callers that's a hundred and fifty dollar value there too so dial pound two fifty then when you're prompted say eagle shield it's pretty much all you have to do you've got the op to receive an.

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"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof and this county the number of events for score forty arrests space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really nothing about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees in your attic gets the hundred fifty degrees right would you have the same vents so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter can leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates about a forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro con so your breathing cleaner air and and then see your register so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three year registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attached as a whole to boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back to back fill singular zing ten fifteen percent air flow so common thing clients say does this man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fan art I those things are like magic yeah the album is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just then relates ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation Maliki pure air flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised at just how much more comfortable you can be with air flow alone you add in all the rest of it and imagine how well your system will work and how much longer it could last well the air flow is so important but that is dealing with the symptoms right now I fix Sierra problem we believe fixed the problem of the source first now the air flows more efficient you double your air flow you feel better because you're ten degrees cooler in the summer warmer in the winter well this is all well and good by the way we right now we're talking to a Garrett Harwood who is not only a local energy specials but also the owner of the eagle shield and there's a special deal that I want to tell people about right now to a special offer if you dont dial pound two fifty and you say the word eagle she'll do that now and your attic audit fee is going to be well it's normally three hundred fifty dollars but it's going to be waived for the homeowners who call right now that's a fantastic deal right there and then eagle shield is also going to include a free hi performance space age water heater blanket to the first fifty callers that's a hundred and fifty dollar value there too so dial pound two fifty then when you're prompted say eagle shield it's pretty much all you have to do you've got the op to receive an.

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"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With KFBK I'm hosted lance canon here this time with Garrett Harwood who was a local energy specialist and also owner of eagle she'll always good to have you back thanks for having me all right so tell us a little bit about eagle she'll first of all what do you guys do well we're kind of a one stop energy store so what we do is we focus on what department of energy calls the big three insulation ventilation and quality purer air flow if you think of that kind of like a three legged stool if any one legacy of functioning you're just overloading the other two and down you go absolutely crack so out of the big three the single most important thing you ever do to improve your comfort level lower utility bills is insulation there is nothing more important than installations like people were interviewing me and people say Garrett should I upgrade my air conditioner heater and my answer is always the same so you could more efficiently waste energy right until you keep the summer heat out that you do not want which were in right now they keep the winner he then that you do want all you're doing with running air conditioning and fans to cycling air flow trying to feel better without fixing the problem at the source so insulations number one if you don't do that first does your new make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that right why you're running fans why running air wide opening doors and windows you didn't keep the summer heat out yeah keep the winter he then so after we deal with the insulation the next thing we focus on is ventilation now that is vitally important where you live you live in what we call Hades hot sacramental basin boy don't we know it because of that heat index it's really really important to sock that hundred fifty degrees of hot air out of your attic what is hotter wanted doing your home at once right right yeah exactly but it can't because your attic is full of a hundred fifty degrees water air and and the problem with your Vance's those venture what's called passive ventilation that just simply means that the attic fills up with a hundred fifty degrees of hot air and they can't hold anymore than the east south slowly but the attic space for all day long with your attic full of a hundred fifty degrees all day long well then the hot air can't leave your home right so we recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof and this county the number of events per square forty arrests space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really nothing about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees in your attic gets the hundred fifty degrees right but you had the same events so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter to leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates spotter forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro conserve your breathing cleaner air and and then see your register so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three a registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attached to just hold a boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back to back fill so you're losing ten fifteen percent air flow so common thing client saved us is man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fan I those things are like magic yeah you any of them is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just then late ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation quality pure err flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised.

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"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK I'm host implants canon here this time with Garrett Harwood who was a local energy specialist and also owner of eagle she'll always good to have you back thanks for having me all right so tell us a little bit about eagle she'll first of all what do you guys do well we're kind of a one stop energy store so what we do is we focus on what department of energy calls the big three insulation ventilation and quality purer air flow if you think of it kind of like a three legged stool if any one legacy of functioning you're just overloading the other two and down you go absolutely crack so out of the big three the single most important thing you ever do to improve your comfort level lower utility bills is insulation there is nothing more important than installations like people were interviewed me and people say Garrett should I upgrade my air conditioner heater and my answer is always the same so you could more efficiently waste energy right until you keep the summer heat out that you do not want which were in right now they keep the winner heat in that you do want all you're doing with running air conditioning and Francis cycling air flow trying to feel better without fixing the problem at the source so insulations number one if you don't do that first does your new make after that is dealing with the fact you didn't do that right why you're running fans why running air wide opening doors and windows you didn't keep the summer heat out yeah the winner he again so after we deal with the installation the next thing we focus on is ventilation now that is vitally important where you live you live in what we call Hades hot sacramental basin way don't we know it because of that heat index it's really really important to sock that hundred fifty degrees of hot air out of your attic what is hotter I want to do when you're home it wants to right right yeah exactly but it can't because your attic is full of a hundred fifty degrees of hot air and and the problem with your Vance's those venture what's called passive ventilation that just simply means that the attic fills up with a hundred fifty degrees of hot air and they can't hold anymore than the east south slowly but the attic space for all day long with your attic full of a hundred fifty degrees all day long well then the hot air can't leave your home right so we recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof in this county the number of events per square foot a year a space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really now think about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees yeah your attic gets the hundred fifty degrees right but you had the same vents so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter to leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates about a forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro conserve your breathing cleaner air and and then see all your registers so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three year registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attached to just hold a boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back to back fill so you Lou zing ten fifteen percent air flow so common thing clients say does this man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fan I those things are like magic yeah you any of them is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just then late ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation Maliki pure err flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised at just how much more comfortable you can be with air flow alone you add in all the rest of it and imagine how well your system will work and how much longer it could last well the air flow is so important but that is dealing with the symptoms right now I fix see our problem we believe fixed the problem at the source first now the air flows more efficient you double your air flow you feel better because you're ten degrees cooler in the summer warmer in the winter well this is all well and good by the way we right now we're talking to a Garrett Harwood who is not only a local energy specials but also the owner of eagle shield and there's a special deal that I want to tell people about right now to a special offer if you dont dial pound two fifty and you say the word eagle she'll do that now and your attic audit fee is going to be well it's normally three hundred fifty dollars but it's going to be waived for the homeowners who call right now that's a fantastic deal right there and then eagle shield is also going to include a free hi performance space age water heater blanket to the first fifty callers that's a hundred and fifty dollar value there too so dial.

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"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We recommend putting in what's called a high performance solar attic fan to vent that heat out of the attic that creates a vacuum the heat leave your home and the beauty of solar is you don't pay the electricity to run it and the government pays you actually for third of it I called the gift that keeps on giving and this is actually very important a lot of people don't know this if you take a look at the vents on your roof in this county the number of events per square foot a year a space that's called title twenty four building code this is going to blow your mind you have the exact same ventilation code as Sausalito California really nothing about that how crazy is that their attics get to eighty degrees yeah your ad against a hundred fifty degrees right would you have the same vents so it's so important to get that hot air out of the attic create a vacuum now the hotter can leave your home so once we've fixed I call it my joke is the main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing right so once we've kept the heat you don't want out keep the winner he you do want in now we ventilate that hot air out of the attic we fix the problem at the source the final thing then is the purity of the air flow because you live in Sacramento basin you're still going to run your air you're still going to run your heat even though you're going to run it now seventy percent less because you're not wasting anymore and that typically translates about a forty four percent savings off utility bill simply because you're no longer kicked in your high tear right that's so that's fixing the problem the last leg of the three lake insulation ventilation air flow is air flow soul what we recommend is number one come in deep clean and purify your docs the average air conditioning heating doc leaks twenty eight percent just after ten years of use so it's very important to clean the docks fight using enviro conserve your breathing cleaner air and and then see all your registers so you're not leaking through the register said anymore right I don't I don't know if you know it but you three year registers you out this rectangular register uhhuh but you have a round docked in your attic right that I'm actually tells you it's not really attach it should hold a boot so we see all that boot at because if you don't do that air flow comes out back backfill circular zing ten fifteen percent air flow so common thing clients say does this man I noticed the air flow doubled we were down at the docks and then the final component is we recommend highly here putting in what's called a quiet cool whole house fan I those things are like magic yeah UT of them is they use the electricity of a sixty watt light bulb so you're basically getting an air conditioning benefit for the cost of running out a light bulb and it just then relates ventilators ventilated sense so it's a lesser expensive form of air conditioning you don't have to run your air conditioning that's killing you with your kilowatts so those are the three things insulation ventilation quality pure err flow that we recommend that we deal with every day I would think two people would be surprised.

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"sausalito" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"sausalito" Discussed on KGO 810

"And we'll talk about that shortly right now, we continue with this idea that there are so many people in the United States of America who believe Trump's rhetoric that the Muller investigation is nothing but a witch hunt. It kind of blows my mind when you consider how much the Muller investigation has accomplished already. Let's go to Kent in sausalito. Hey, can't welcome to k- GO. Hi, Pat, I have to say one of the reasons why molars reputation. Maybe eroding is because he's a prosecutor. And by the canons of ethics of the bar. He's obligated to maintain the confidentiality of his investigation. You've seen how tightly he's ridership. There haven't been a lot of leaks. None the prosecutor and not defend himself until he reveals the chargers and the evidence. So if you have one side having a drumbeat on the other side, having just sit there, and listen, you're obviously going to have some impact on public opinion. And so it doesn't really matter until the Malla report is completed and revealed what the evidence is based on all the facts. Yeah. You would think though with all of the with all the other charges that have been brought that Muller's been involved in. And with the charges against Donald Trump that have that are evolving in places like the southern district of New York. The attorney general's office in New York Virginia, Washington DC all of these places that are now investigating and subpoena. Ing and doing all of this work. You would think that people would. I understand what you just said that. I mean, it just seems to me can't that as a season prosecutor if he was finding nothing it would have resolved by now that the investigation goes on because he is continuing to pursue the information that he has gleaned doesn't that seem to make sense? For example, he extended the either the sentencing or the review of Rick gates who is a man of war. And if there's if there's collusion cooperation quid pro quo anything, then it may take more time to have all the information at all the facts feet brought about exactly who have the most knowledge. Exactly, it seems as if you have a shorter investigation when the investigation is yielding no results. Can't can't. Thank you so much. I'm Pat Thurston. You're listening to k geo Pat Thurston on K G O. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the hey, Jamie..

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Suicide blast kills 14 near Afghanistan airport

An Economy of One

04:10 min | 3 years ago

Suicide blast kills 14 near Afghanistan airport

"He's in Washington, I'm Louise Schiavone. The Justice department is made the unprecedented move of releasing documents from the FBI's request to a special court for permission to surveilled. Former Trump campaign advisor Carter page NPR's. Mara Liasson reports. The President Trump is claiming that the documents confirmed the investigation into Russian election at your favorites is a rigged witch hunt. This is the first Fiso wiretap application ever made public. The declassified document was heavily redacted, but it shows that the application relied on evidence that Russia had tried to recruit page back in two thousand thirteen. It also relied on evidence from that dossier compiled by a former British intelligence agent President Trump tweeted this morning that the document proves his campaign was spied on Republicans in an effort to discredit the origins of the whole Russia investigation have been saying that the FBI abused its power because it relied improperly on the dossier Democrats say the FIS appliques. Was appropriate Mara Liasson NPR news One concept that emerged from the Helsinki summit last week is that the US and Russia might work together to help Syrian. Refugees return to their war-torn country but the. Head of US central command. General Joseph Patel tells ABC news. He's not convinced that US Russia cooperation should expand beyond the card. Coordination over Syrian airspace We should be doing anything more with. Russia right now I've not. For that I don't think that. We ought to be doing militarily with them right now Beyond what. We are currently we're currently doing votes l. told ABC and the Wall Street Journal that Russia's support of the Syrian, regime gives him significant pause and Afghanistan the Islamic state says it was behind a. Suicide bombing near Kabul international airport today that killed at least fourteen people the BBC's Catherine Davis reports. The blast coincided with the return of the country's exiled vice president cramps, of people including high ranking officials had gathered on, the tarmac to welcome general Dostam there was tight security for the event which was broadcast live on television but minutes after his. Convoy left the app airport an explosion occurred blast is set to. Have gone off near the main entrance where people had also been waiting general Dostum's return and the. Reason he left has. Been a subject of much speculation he went to techy. Often accusations of involvement. In the kidnap rate and torture of a political rival he's denied any wrongdoing And insists. He was in Turkey for medical treatment the BBC's Catherine Davis European Union officials are doing Washington later this week to meet with President Trump about trade this after the conclusion of, the meeting of. G twenty finance ministers and central bankers and Buenos Aires where trade was topic a this is NPR news from news, I'm Racquel Maria Dylan there's a small brush fire burning in a county park in. The hills of Milpitas the country fire has burned a couple hundred acres of grass already and is. Twenty five percent contained Cal fire officials say no homes are threatened so, far fire departments from around the south bay and, air tankers are already responding and some hikers were rescued no evacuation orders have been issued yet now too adorable baby sea otters. The marine mammal center in sausalito wants the public's help to name. An otter pop this particular pop had a rough start to life when she was first stranded she. Was suffering from demo Eric acid. Poisoning now she's recovering well and needs a name it turns out there. Are rules, for naming. A sea otter it's more like naming a Kentucky Derby horse than choosing a name for a. Family pet the center can't reuse names that would violate the terms of their licensed to treat wild animals veterinarian Abby McClain, says even animals will be released. Back into the ocean. Need names it really helps us because just memorizing numbers is very difficult especially when. You have hundreds of patients on site at one time and because the only thing cuter than a..

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