We’ve spent a lot of time inside the last few months, but that’s sure to change as the weather starts to warm in Massachusetts – especially if you have a comfortable outdoor area to escape to.
In a normal month, water heating will gobble up about one-fifth of the energy used in your Massachusetts home…
The quality of our indoor air has long been a topic of interest for families with asthma and other respiratory problems – but these COVID-19 days, it’s become a top of mind for all of us.
Life has gotten pretty complicated lately, and with all that you’ve got on your mind, it’s easy to forget simple things: paying your fuel bill, for example, or scheduling a heating oil or propane delivery in central MA.
With the amount of time we’re spending in our Massachusetts homes so far in spring 2020, we’re using our home comfort systems more than we normally do – and that’s bound to be reflected in our energy bills.
If you have recently purchased a propane-powered home but haven’t scheduled a propane delivery yet, you may be in for a surprise when you place your first fuel order.
Indoor air quality is top of mind for many people these days, for obvious reasons – but the truth is it should always be top of mind if you want to live as healthy as possible in your central MA home, especially during spring allergy season.
If you’ve shopped for a furnace lately, you’ve probably at least heard the term AFUE. But what does the acronym mean – and more importantly, what does AFUE mean for you?
Here’s a checklist to help you get a handle on what needs to be done to keep your home comfortable and running efficiently as we transition between seasons.
If you’ve never run out of propane, congratulations – you have avoided a potentially hazardous problem that can cost you time, money, and peace of mind.