During these uncertain times, people are sheltering in place at home. But when we are spending so much more time at home, cracks can begin to show. For instance, you may start noticing things that are increasingly annoying, like an old water heater that runs out of hot water because consumption has gone up so dramatically. Five signs that it’s time to replace your water heater: Age – A storage tank water heater will last about 10 years on average – a number that can drop quickly if it is not properly maintained. Higher bills – If your bills keep getting higher […]
Due to the COVID-19 quarantine, non-essential workers are spending most of their time at home. This makes the indoor air quality of our Delaware Valley homes vitally important, especially during allergy season. One important task for you to remember to do is check the air filters for your HVAC equipment. If you have forced-air heating and central air conditioning in your home, you should check the filter’s condition once a month. For an average size home with no pets, most of the time you probably can go up to three months before you change/clean your filters. But if you have pets, […]
We are firmly committed to green energy solutions that not only protect the environment but also enhance comfort and convenience for our customers and save money over the long term. That’s why we now deliver Bioheat® fuel to all of our customers instead of traditional heating oil. Bioheat is a heating fuel made by mixing ultra-low-sulfur heating oil with biodiesel—a renewable energy resource produced in America that’s often made from the fatty acids found in soy, corn and other vegetable oils. This year, we increased the percentage of biodiesel in our Bioheat blend to 20%. This is called B20 Bioheat […]
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With health and safety the major concerns today, we thought it would be timely to share some safety reminders as you hunker down in your propane home.
There are many reasons why your home may has poor indoor air quality (IAQ), but the bottom line is that this situation can result in many health problems if you don’t do corrective measures.