Nothing beats a fire on a cold New England night – but sometimes the effort to get it going (and keep it roaring) just doesn’t seem worth it, especially when you have to think about clean up afterward.
Of the 1,001 things on your mind any given day, we’re guessing that checking the gauge on your heating oil tank doesn’t crack the top 100 (don’t worry, we don’t take that personally).
Massachusetts is national leader in the quest to use more climate-friendly home fuels, including biodiesel-blended Bioheat® – a heating fuel made from a combination of ULSHO and a biodegradable organic material that is now required for all heating oil deliveries in The Bay State.
A no-heat emergency at home can be a real problem here in Massachusetts in the dead of winter, but you can usually find someplace safe to stay while you get your residential heating equipment repaired. But what happens when your office loses heat? Having no heat can spell disaster for a business: not only will […]
We see it all the time in homes we visit for service calls: customers that have propane furnaces but electric heaters, stoves, and clothes dryers. If you’re using electric-powered appliances in your home, you’re missing out on the many benefits that clean, green propane powered home comfort equipment can give you. Compare propane to electricity […]
Now that fall is here, it’s time to ask that annual burning question (see what we did there? Heating humor!): will my furnace or boiler be up to the challenge of another Massachusetts winter?
Even though propane has been heating homes for more than a century, it’s still a fuel that’s misunderstood by many people – which is a shame, considering all the incredible things that propane can do for you in your Central Massachusetts home.
Your central heating system is the brain of the heating system in your Massachusetts home, controlling the way your furnace or boiler work and sensing your indoor environment to keep it at a comfortable temperature for you.
If you have forced air heating (a system with a furnace and ducts rather than a boiler with baseboards or radiators) in your Worcester-area home, then one of the most common problems you will encounter is low airflow.
Fall is fast approaching, and before you know it your furnace will be hard at work keeping your family warm and safe in your Massachusetts home.