Glacial Energy Blog

Preparing for Lights Out, Pt. 1

Power outages are becoming less frequent in some parts of the country thanks to advances in grid technology. However, they do still happen from time to time, and it’s always good to be prepared for one. There are several ways to prepare for an outage, and there are several things you can do during and [...]

Green Giving

Christmas time brings families together with bright lights, fancy feasts, and cheerful songs. Gifts will be exchanged between family and friends, many of them electronics, and home cooked meals will be had. Along with the bright lights, cheer, food, and gifts comes something else: higher energy bills. We’ll look at a few ways to help [...]

Testing Your Home for Air Leaks

Leaks are never a good thing. Whether you have a leaky faucet dripping into your sink, a leaky pipe getting your floor wet, or a leaky window making your air-conditioned home less comfortable, leaks are always issues that need to be addressed. When it comes to air leaks, you need to have your home inspected [...]

Bundling Up Your Home

Winter is right around the corner, and there’s no better time than right now to start preparing your home for the cold months ahead. There are several things you can do to prepare yourself, including common steps like weather-stripping your home, adding insulation, or wrapping pipes, and lesser known steps like cleaning your gutters and [...]