If you have a propane heating system in your home, you already know how effective and efficient it can be (if you don’t, contact us – we’ll tell you all about it). Propane is also a remarkably safe fuel, due in large part to strict codes and regulations developed by the propane industry and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
The cold nights of fall and winter are just around the corner – which means it will soon be time to fire up your heating system for the season.
For many people, that means higher energy bills – especially if you have an older, less efficient furnace or boiler (in fact, if your heating system is more than 15 years old, it might be time to replace it: a new high efficiency model would quickly pay for itself by saving you 30 percent or more on your energy bills).
Experts are predicting another cold, wet winter for Pennsylvanians this year. So ask yourself: after how hard it worked last year, is your heating system up to the challenge of another punishing 4-month season?
Save the Date: Saturday October 18, 2014
Want a chance to have fun while giving to neighbors who can really use your support? Join the Wilson team in a run to benefit not one, but TWO great causes at the Fueled Up and Fire Up Pick 5 Challenge!
Most of us have had the experience: we’re in the middle of a wonderful hot morning shower, when suddenly we’re shocked awake by a blast of cold water. Has our water heater failed us?
It’s a question all homeowners will eventually need to ask about their home heating and cooling systems – and one that doesn’t necessarily have a black or white answer. However, there are some key questions that will help you decide which tack to take – as long as you keep two realities in mind: