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Propane Burner Tips: More is Better

February 24, 2020

The benefits of adding propane burner tips to your home Do you use propane for home heating? If so, that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all the great things clean-burning, efficient propane can do for your Seacoast region home. We often see it with our propane delivery and heating equipment […]

Programmable thermostats vs. smart thermostats

Programmable Thermostats vs. Smart Thermostats

February 19, 2020

What’s the difference? When you think about investing in your home’s heating and cooling systems, you likely think about furnaces, boilers and air conditioning. But don’t overlook your thermostat! The right thermostat can improve energy efficiency while making it easier to heat and cool your Seacoast region home. P. Gagnon & Son offers installation of […]

Why Get a Service Plan?

February 3, 2020

The average cost to install a new furnace is $4,341 and repairs average $288. Installing a new boiler averages $5,715 with repairs averaging $371. A central air conditioner’s average installation cost is $5,501 and the average cost of repairs is $357. Installing a water heater comes with an average price tag of $1,026 and repairs […]


January 20, 2020

Trust P. Gagnon & Son with reliable propane delivery There’s no way around it: Winter has a firm grip on the Seacoast region. That means keeping your home warm, safe and comfortable is paramount. At P. Gagnon & Son, we are dedicated to ensuring our customers can feel secure in knowing that they will always […]

Watch for These Signs of Water Heater Trouble

It may be time for a new water heater You probably don’t think about your water heater a whole lot. It’s tucked away in the basement or utility room of your Seacoast region home, doing its thing, making sure you have hot showers and clean dishes. But you should pay attention to it. Your water […]

Risks of DIY

The Risks of DIY Furnace Maintenance

January 13, 2020

Heating your home isn’t cheap.

For starters, keeping your Seacoast region home warm makes up around half of your energy costs in the winter.

How to Avoid Huge Heating Repair Bills

January 6, 2020

So, how’s your wallet feeling after the holidays? It may be feeling a little light. That’s why you should really try to avoid needing repairs on the heating system of your Seacoast home. Especially since the tax man will be paying a visit soon. We’re giving you two tips to help prevent costly repairs. Not only […]


December 23, 2019

Make sure you’re not left in the cold Winter here in the Seacoast region of Maine and New Hampshire make your boiler work pretty hard. You need to take good care of it to prevent a breakdown, which can not only leave you without heat, but without a good chunk of change after repairs. Here’s […]

Top 5 Safety Tips for Using Propane in Severe Weather

December 16, 2019

Keep your home safe and warm this winter Winter weather has hit the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and Maine in recent weeks. Now is the time to be sure you’re ready for the next round of severe winter weather by following these tips for propane safety and your home. Keep an eye on your […]

6 Reasons Why Water Heaters Fail

December 9, 2019

There’s no feeling like stepping into a hot shower and finding no hot water. And there’s no sound like the yelp you let out when that happens. Unfortunately, water heaters don’t last forever. Eventually, they fail. Here’s what causes water heaters to fail. Internal corrosion. The anode rod in your water heater tank is commonly […]