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Are You Ready For The Winter Weather As Predicted By The Farmers' Almanac? Is California going to have a cold 2013-2014 winter? There is nothing quite like being unprepared for winter.

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HVAC Installers stocking up on heat pumps and other items for the season.

My customer is so happy that they told their neighbors in a complex. Now several condo owners want to replace their water heat pump through us.

Northern California (PRWEB) December 12, 2013

It's gonna be a cold winter.

The Farmers’ Almanac has attributed an 80 to 85 percent accuracy rate to the publication’s annual forecasts. These predications are made as far as two years in advance.

Northern California can be relatively mild as far as weather goes. The Old Farmer's Almanac may shed some light on what to expect in the coming months.
Wikipedia described the Old Farmer’s Almanac best – “this is a book that has been in continuous publication since 1818. This book is known for its long-range weather predictions and astronomical data.”

“The Farmers’ Almanac has attributed an 80 to 85 percent accuracy rate to the publication’s annual forecasts. These predication are made as far as two years in advance.”

The first edition of the Farmers’ Almanac, from 1818.
What does the Farmers’ Almanac have to say about the Silicon Valley region in California for the 2013-2014 Winter? According to the Farmers’ Almanac, winter should have more rain and it should be cooler than normal. Mountain area regions in California such as the Tahoe area, the snowfall should also be greater than normal as well. The Almanac is predicting most of the rain, snow and storminess will come in January and February of 2014 – storm damage will be a concern. The coldest periods will be in mid-December and mid-to late January. As far as the Midwest and East Coast Regions, it is predicting a cold, frosty, and wet winter.

With this news it is important to be ready for winter, get a safety inspection on the furnace or a tune up for newer furnaces. Older furnaces are more prone to failure, combustion issues and carbon monoxide issues. Residents need to prepare so not to get stuck without heat.

Green Equipment Options, Inc. is a wholesale distributor of energy efficient and renewable heating, air conditioning, refrigeration and other applicable products. Our goal is to get many of these innovative products in the hands of building, construction and retrofit professional's hands. Equal partners Kent Penning, Susan Nichol and John Townsend share a passion to reduce carbon emissions, reduce energy costs and dependence on foreign oil.

If you are an HVAC contractor in Northern California or you want to be more involved in renewable heating and cooling, or perhaps you are in need of a wholesale water sourced heat pump(s) or other geothermal equipment or parts, contact Green Equipment Options for advice and ordering. Green Equipment Options can be reached at 408.412.8500 or contact: info(at)greenequipmentoptions(dot)com.


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