We consider peace of mind to be a key part of the home comfort equation – and that equation can be summed up with three numbers: 24/7/365.
Did you know that the average person inhales about 15,000 quarts of air per day and that we spend about 90% of our time indoors? This is important to consider, because indoor air can be as much as 100 times more polluted than outside air.
As winter approaches, we’re hopeful that oil prices will remain stable. Advances in technology have brought us historic levels of domestic oil production, and a heating fuel that burns cleaner.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have displaced tens of thousands of people and the overwhelming costs of damages continue to mount every day.
Here are a few tips to raise safety awareness and help you cope with late summer/early fall storms and potential power outages.
Delivering comfort means more than making sure your heating and cooling systems are installed and serviced correctly – or that you get your heating oil or propane when you need it, in any weather.
Did you know that propane is the third most popular vehicle fuel in the United States, after gasoline and diesel? Today there are nearly 200,000 propane-autogas-powered vehicles in the country.
Every time you mow your lawn, there is a chance you could be affecting the operation of your central air conditioning unit. That’s because grass clippings, dust, pollen, and dirt are all stirred up during lawn maintenance.
Summer has really heated up and the “dog days” are in full swing. With your a/c system working overtime, it’s a good time to remind you about a few common air conditioning problems that we see.
A hot summer can lead to some not-so-cool electric bills. Here are tips that will help you keep your cool and save money too.
Raise the temperature when A/C is not needed as much – Why cool the house if no one’s around to enjoy it or if everyone is asleep?