Did you know that the average American home leaks the equivalent of an open window’s worth of air from gaps in its building envelope?
A well-maintained furnace will usually do a great job keeping you warm through the long Massachusetts winter – but sometimes it can get a little too eager for its own good.
February – the month of love. It’s a good time to remember things that last forever – and things that don’t.
Most Americans – about nine of ten, according to a recent study – say they’ve rarely or never programmed their thermostat because they simply don’t know how it works.
Nothing beats an evening by the fire on a cold night in Central Massachusetts – except the prospect of starting and ending that fire from the comfort of your favorite chair or sofa.
Propane provides an efficient, powerful, and green way to keep your family safe and cozy as temperatures drop over the winter months.
Propane can really come in handy when temperatures plummet here in Central Massachusetts, providing efficient heat that can quickly take the edge off after a day battling the New England elements.
If you have a propane furnace or boiler, you already know how efficient and effective it is. You may also know that using propane is one of the best ways to shrink the carbon footprint of your home.
If your home uses a forced-air heating system (a furnace with vents rather than a boiler with radiators or baseboards), you may occasionally experience uneven temperatures in your home – an upstairs that gets too hot, for example.
Now that winter has officially arrived, you will probably be spending more time in your cozy home – relying on your home heating system to keep it that way as temperatures here in Central MA start to drop into the single digits.