Memorial Day is almost here, which means it’s time to start thinking about outdoor entertaining in your Central Maine home!
Did you know that about one dollar out of every five you spend on energy bills in your Maine home goes to heating water for your taps and appliances?
Most of us like surprises – in an action movie (unless you’re into spoilers). Or a sporting event. Or even to celebrate that birthday we didn’t want anyone to know about.
As a contractor that installs and services gas equipment every day, we are often asked if appliances can be converted from natural gas to propane (or vice versa).
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)?