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Pacific Northwest Electric is a full service electrical contractor serving the Portland Metro and surrounding areas. With over 28 years of experience, we have earned our reputation for quality electrical craftsmanship, and exceptional customer service. We provide the highest quality service on all aspects of electrical work to meet your requirements and deadline, at the best affordable price.
Solar power is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. With the use of solar power, you can eliminate some of the electric bill you dread to pay on a monthly basis. With Government incentives and tax credits, rebates are available.
Photons from the sun are attracted to and absorbed by solar panels, the solar cells convert sunlight into DC electricity. The panel is then wired to an inverter which changes DC electricity to AC electricity to supply your household needs. Any excess of energy that is not used is sent back into the grid or utility company and bought back to be banked. This essentially means that you could get written a check for the excess power that your home created. The sun is the most abundant source of energy available on earth. The sun generates an amount of energy so vast and clean, why we have not tapped into this source on a large scale earlier is inconceivable. It is completely clean, found in huge abundance in our own backyards, and FREE.
Ceiling fans can keep your house a few degrees cooler in the summer. Whole house fans are an inexpensive alternative that will reduce your electric bill during the hot summer months. Gable fans take all of the hot air out of the attic area to give the hot air in your house somewhere to go. These can also keep your house cool in the summer.
LED is a highly energy-efficient lighting technology, and has the potential to fundamentally change the future of lighting in the United States. Residential LEDs — especially ENERGY STAR rated products — use at least 75% less energy, and last up to 25 times longer, than incandescent lighting. https://www.energy.gov/energysaver/led-lighting