We’d like to wish all our customers a happy holiday season, and remind you that Wilson is here for your family 24/7 if you have a no-heat emergency or any other issue.
Many of our customers say they chose us because they wanted to do business with a company that has deep roots in the community and cares about the people who live here.
Buying a new heating system may not be as thrilling as purchasing a giant-screen TV or a surround-sound home theater system.
But you can still get excited about reducing fuel bills by 25 percent or more, and virtually eliminating high repair bills with an upgrade.
Most people call us immediately when they discover their heat is off.
Some companies might just put you in the service queue. But “good service” doesn’t always involve a service call; sometimes there’s a simple fix you can do yourself that will get your heat going quickly and save you the expense of a service visit.
The holidays are traditionally a time for friends and family to gather and celebrate. What we don’t always think of is that the holidays are also a time for increased safety risks.
Homeowners who live in locations that experience harsh winters are starting to prepare themselves and their homes for a cold winter season. With the Farmer’s Almanac predicting another colder-than-normal winter here in the northeast, this means we will be spending more time indoors with the windows closed, the heat on and no real opportunities to let nature improve indoor air quality. This can make a home uncomfortable as winter drags on and also increase the health risks presented by poor indoor air quality.
As a new heating season arrives, take a few minutes to make sure the path to your oil fill pipe is free of debris and other clutter.
Please make sure that branches or debris are not blocking the pipe, and be sure to clear a path to the pipe if it snows. If there’s a big amount of snow, make sure you don’t cover your fill pipe with snow that you remove from your driveway.