If you’re like most of us living here Androscoggin County, you’re probably counting the days until you can turn off your home heating system for good this spring.
Earth Day marks its 49th trip around the sun later this month (April 22), which makes it a good time to think about ways we can tread a little more lightly on our one and only planet.
Spring is probably not the time of year that most people associate with home heating. But make no mistake – you’re going to need your heating equipment…
Spring is usually the best time to shop for a heating equipment upgrade: it’s generally easier to get a convenient appointment time, and prices are typically their lowest of the year.
One of the best ways to prepare for severe weather in any season is to invest in a whole house backup generator – a powerful and potentially even lifesaving piece of home comfort equipment for your Central Maine home.
Did you know that space heaters account for more than two out of every five house fires in the U.S. – second only to cooking accidents – according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)?
Every once in a while, you may notice that your furnace trips your circuit breaker.
Adding a fireplace to your Central Maine home used to mean investing a small fortune in construction, weeks of inconvenience, and years of gathering wood, cleaning ash, and performing chimney maintenance.
When snow falls here in Maine, you probably spend a lot of time shoveling and salting your front walkway so no one in your home trips and falls.
Winter is in full swing here in Central Maine, and your heating system is no doubt hard at work keeping your family warm and comfortable.