As we enter September and begin to feel the leaves crackle under our feet, it can only mean that cooler weather is coming – which means it’s time for your annual heating system tune-up.
If you’re like the average American, you use about 65 gallons of hot water a day to clean your clothes, your dishes, and yourself.
Our first serious heat wave of the summer is here—but it won’t be our last, according to experts. Is your AC up to the challenge?
In our last post, we explored the many benefits of a whole house (or stand-by) propane generator. This week, we’ll help you understand what you need to consider when you choose one.
What’s predicted to be an active summer storm season in the Atlantic is upon us – which means it’s time to prepare for severe weather and power outages in your home.
Did you now that 80 percent of the most costly air conditioner repairs could be avoided with routine maintenance?
That’s why it’s so important to treat your cooling system right…
Since 2003, the average annual number of weather-related power outages has doubled! With extreme weather seemingly becoming the “new normal,” many homeowners have responded by adding a permanent or portable generator to their home as a backup power source.
With oil and propane prices running so low for the second winter in a row, most people have been saving a lot of money on heating costs. (A much warmer winter in Connecticut this year has also helped!)
If your heat stops working on a cold night, the first thing you need to do is to stay calm. Remember there are many simple reasons that can cause your heat to stop working. Sometimes, you may even be able to fix the problem yourself.
The warmer temperatures during the first half of December makes us forget that winter officially begins on December 22. Despite the spring-like temperatures we’ve all been enjoying, it’s a safe bet that a cold spell is on its way to Connecticut soon. Mother Nature wouldn’t have it any other way!