The prices of heating oil and propane are more volatile than ever – and so are the Northern Fairfield and Northern Westchester county weather conditions that threaten to spoil your plans for a cozy winter.
Summer is here in Connecticut – which means it’s time for your air conditioner to do its thing. If it does its job without issue early in the season, it could be tempting to put off – or even skip – your system’s annual tune-up.
Propane is one of the most versatile energy sources around – especially during the summer, when it can make a big difference in your quality of life.
No one likes to take a cold dip on a cool day or evening – unless that pool is toasty warm.
Spring is here in Fairfield and Westchester counties – and if you’re an allergy sufferer, that means that sneezing, congestion, and other unpleasant allergy symptoms might be here, too.
Spring is approaching quickly – which means it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to do with that outdoor space you keep saying you want to use. With a little planning, you can turn that space into your family’s favorite place to gather.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a deadly, odorless gas that is released when you burn propane, wood, heating oil, or any other combustible fuel. If you have a heating system in your Fairfield or Westchester County home, you’ll need to know how to detect and deal with a build-up of this “silent killer.”
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We could not have made it that long as a business without the loyalty of customers like you.
Buying a new heating system for your home is an investment, and like any investment it requires careful consideration to make a decision about whether to keep your old furnace or boiler or move on to something new.
If you own a home that was built in or before 1990 that still has its original heating oil tank, chances are it’s overdue for a replacement.
Here are four things you should know if you think it’s time to install a new heating oil tank (if you’re not sure if the tank should be replaced…