A whole house propane backup generator can literally be a lifesaver for your family, powering home medical equipment and keeping the heat on when the Connecticut winter is at its fiercest (not to mention protecting your property and food).
Labor Day is behind us, which means that fall is on the way: time to prepare for heating season! Here’s a quick checklist to prepare your home and home comfort equipment the cooler months to come.
We hate to break it to you, but we’ve officially passed the midpoint of summer 2018 here in Connecticut and Northern Westchester (and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere, for that matter).
If you have a propane pool heater , you know how wonderful it can be – especially on those cool mornings and “shoulder-season” days. You also know how expensive it can be to run that pool heater if you don’t take steps to keep it operating as efficiently as possible. How do you do that? […]
Your central air conditioner can last a 15 years or more if it’s well maintained – and while you do need to get a professional A/C tune-up every year, one of the most important ways to keep your cooling system running right is something you can do yourself: check your air filter every month and change it when needed.
If you’re a Casey propane customer, you probably already know how versatile, eco-friendly, and efficient propane gas is. But did you know that it can also grow your house?
Year after year, Connecticut ranks at or near the top of U.S. states in terms of per capital energy costs – a fact that’s probably not too surprising for those of us living here.
Believe it or not, spring is here – and if you’re one of millions of people who have seasonal allergies, that means that sneezing, congestion, and a whole host of other unpleasant allergy symptoms aren’t far behind.
It may seem like an obvious thing to know how to do, but if you’ve never had to read your heating oil gauge, it’s not something you want to figure out how to do during a dangerous cold snap (like several of the ones we’ve recently faced here in Westchester and Connecticut).
Do you have a room in your Westchester or Connecticut home that’s sitting empty this winter because it’s too cold or drafty?