Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort, Inc. Blog: Archive for the ‘Community Involvement’ Category

Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort, Inc. Celebrates 35 years!

Thursday, April 11th, 2019

This month, we at Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort Inc. celebrate our 35th anniversary serving Northern California homeowners.

We’ve come a long way from our origins as a solar water heating and solar pool heating company. Since then, we’ve grown and provided an array of home upgrades and services to help our clients live in safer, more comfortable, more energy efficient homes.

We Thank You!

We’re proud that you, our clients, have selected us repeatedly for your home services throughout that time. Not only that, but you’ve thoughtfully referred us to your friends, family, and colleagues. On behalf of the Sierra Pacific team—some of whom are also celebrating 35 years of employment at Sierra Pacific—we are grateful for the opportunity to serve you.

Celebrating 35 Years With Special Offers

As thanks, we’ll be posting special offers throughout the year on our social media. Follow our Facebook page and Instagram to see new offers as they become available.

You can also visit our promotions page to see our current offers.

Our complete offering now includes full expertise and craftsmanship in:

  • Heating and air conditioning
  • Insulation
  • Windows and doors
  • Solar electricity and battery back-up
  • Whole house fans and solar attic fans
  • Whole home generators.

With great respect, we look forward to serving you again.

To learn more about our offers, contact Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort, Inc. today.

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SMUD Plans to Increase Utility Costs in 2020, 2021

Friday, March 29th, 2019

ac-on-moneyIt looks like the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) will be raising their prices in the next two years. Unfortunately, this is no small increase. They’re planning to raise rates as much as 4.75 percent in 2020, and 4.5 percent in 2021. The last time we received an increase this large was in 2010, when rates when up by 5.5 percent.

According to SMUD’s website, the increase comes from the need to make improvements for wildfire mitigation, increasing capacity to serve more customers, making upgrades to their existing systems, and investing in renewable energy systems.

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