Believe it or not, you use something like 65 gallons of hot water daily to wash your clothes, your dishes, and yourself. That’s 65 gallons of water that has to be heated – and often reheated, especially if your water heater sits in a cold basement – every day.
With , a heating system will last a decade or more. But even the best equipment will eventually fail or become so inefficient that repairing it is no longer a sensible option – especially when you consider the amazing performance of today’s boilers and furnaces.
Fall is coming to Fairfield and Westchester counties – and with it come the cool, crisp days and nights that make you reach for the thermostat. The question is will your heating system be ready to go when you flick that switch?
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.”