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QCG Remodeling

At Quillen Construction Group, we believe that every one of our customers is a lifelong partner. We are here for the long run and want our customers to know they can continue to rely on our expertise in building or renovating their current and future projects.


QCG Solar

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Ideal Appliance Parts

Ideal Appliance Parts, Inc. began more than 50 years ago and now is proudly known as one of the oldest and most successful parts and appliance distributors in the southeastern United States.

(504) 888-4232

Brister-Stephens, Inc

Brister Stephens is a qualified HVAC contractor who has been servicing greater New Orleans and it’s surrounding communities for over 45 years. CONTACT: Kenny Stephens

(985) 893-1110

Berner A/C & Heat

Heating and Cooling design and installation for existing and new homes and commercial buildings. CONTACT: Tom Berner

(985) 727-2302

Slidell Refrigeration

Slidell Refrigeration & Metal Fabricators in Slidell, Louisiana, is locally owned and operated for over 45 years. Our team has been providing HVAC repairs and installation to the complete Northshore since 1938. We provide emergency for your convenience, including weekends. Service and Install All Brands Emergency and Saturday Service

(985) 643-1991

Recycling Heat

Posted: January 31, 2015

If you own or work at an office with computers or servers, it’s likely you’ve realized how much heat they give off.  In fact, most computers are equipped with a small fan which helps to dissipate the intense heat so as not to burn the house or office down. Thinking back to your ninth grade physical science class, you may recall that heat is just another form of energy….energy we waste a lot of when it comes to computers. 

Someone in the Seattle area recently must’ve wondered what would happen if they actually harnessed all that wasted energy from computers and computer servers because there is a new energy plan being developed for Amazon’s skyscraper campus in Seattle, Washington.  Amazon’s Data Center is pushing for a design wherein the excess heat from the Data Center (servers) will be used to heat the neighboring Amazon office buildings. It is estimated that this will save about 80 million kWh over the next 25 years. Based on today’s energy costs, that works out to roughly $7.7 million in savings. Now THAT’S thinking outside the box!
I am using wishful thinking and am hoping Amazon passes those savings on to its customers!

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