Information About Common Boiler Repair Issues New Homeowners May Face

26 March 2020
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While the majority of homes built today are designed with some type of furnace-based central heating system, many existing homes are still equipped with boiler systems. These systems can be powered by electricity, heating oil, propane, or natural gas and are highly regarded for their ability to produce gentle, even heat.  As the temperature of the water rises inside the boiler, a system of radiators moves either steam or hot water throughout the living spaces of the home to heat them to a comfortable temperature. Read More 

A Guide To Getting The Best Heating Oil Services To Make It Through The Winter

24 February 2020
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The global home heating market was valued at over $33 billion in 2018, and there is no reason to believe that it will shrink or slow down any time soon. When winter rolls around, people in many different communities start reaching out to home heating professionals to handle any number of jobs. However, it is important that you recognize that it's the heating oil that makes a difference in most cases -- especially if you live somewhere that has freezing winters that necessitate running your heater all day, every day. Read More 

4 Questions To Ask Your HVAC Technician Before Your Installation Commences

15 January 2020
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Getting a new furnace, air conditioner, or other HVAC equipment can make your home so much more comfortable and can also improve your energy efficiency. It sounds simple enough. Your HVAC contractor will take the old equipment out and put new equipment in its place. However, things can sometimes get a little more complicated than that, so it's helpful to ask your contractor these questions before the installation begins. 1. Does the thermostat need to be moved? Read More 

If Your HVAC Tech Is Coming While You’re Not Home, Follow These Tips

21 December 2019
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These days, scheduling home services can be tough. You can't always take off from work just to meet the HVAC technician, and if they are just making some minor repairs or doing general maintenance to your system, you should not have to. Many HVAC technicians are happy to work on your system while you're not at home, but there are a few tips you will want to follow in this situation. Read More 

2 Ways To Find The Leak In Your Plumbing

19 November 2019
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If you have a leak in your plumbing, it can end up costing you a whole lot of money. All that water running out of your system can mean that you are paying more money to the water department, plus you have to repair whatever damage happens from the leak. The problem is finding the leak. Water is tricky, and it can be really hard to find the precise area where the leak is because water will move, so you may have a leak at Point A, but you don't see the water until it shows up at Point B, 10 feet away. Read More