Is your oil furnace or propane furnace doing its job and keeping your home warm and comfortable?
As you get deeper into fall and really start putting your propane furnace or oil furnace to work, it’s important to know whether the system is truly up for the task.
It’s official: Fall is here. As the pumpkin-spice everything starts appearing, the temperatures are dipping in Central Maine.
Taking good care of your air conditioning system is super important for your Maine home. And we all know that just because we’re saying goodbye to summer doesn’t mean we should forget about our air conditioners. In fact, we should give them a high level of priority so they’re ready to start off strong next […]
When you look at the calendar, it seems to be the case that summer is coming to a close. But…maybe not!
Summer is prime time for propane appliances, and with all of us spending more time at home these days, it’s even more important that you play it safe.
Severe weather seems to be all around us these days, with headlines about high winds, local flooding, and paths of destruction making their way into newscasts here in Maine and throughout the country.
If you have home comfort equipment that burns fuel to produce energy – whether it’s a furnace, boiler, water heater, cooking range, or any other device – it emits at least some carbon monoxide (CO) as it runs.
Heating oil tanks aren’t complicated devices, but they do require at least some attention to run reliably year after year.
If you’re using it to power space heaters, water heaters, fireplaces, and other appliances in your Androscoggin County home, you already know that propane gas one of the most versatile sources of home energy around.