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Prevent Common HVAC Problems in Summer

How To Prevent Common HVAC Problems In The Summer

August 17, 2020

Between the hotter-than-usual summer here in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and southern Maine, and so many of us staying home more, we’re using our air conditioning more. To prevent A/C problems and potential breakdowns, we have three tips that you can do yourself to help your home’s air conditioning stay in good condition […]

Summer Oil Tank Maintenance Tips

Summer Heating Oil Tank Maintenance Tips

August 10, 2020

Make sure your tank is running safely and properly It’s summer here in the Seacoast region, and dollars to doughnuts you don’t want to be thinking about winter. You want to be outside, at the beach, camping, hanging out at home either out in the back yard or indoors with the air conditioning. But summer, sadly, […]

Storing Propane Tanks Safely

Safe Storage Of Your Propane Tanks: The Dos And Don’ts

August 3, 2020

What to do, and not to do, with propane cylinders Do you use propane cylinder type tanks for your grill? If so, you know all of the advantages of grilling with propane, including ease, convenience, and great results. These propane tanks can do a whole lot of other things around your Seacoast region home. They can […]

Summer Thermostat Setting: Should You Really Set It To 78?

July 27, 2020

Find out how to save on energy costs It’s been a hot summer here in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and southern Maine. This kind of weather has been giving your home’s air conditioning a workout. And it may be giving you palpitations when you think about your energy bills. But we have some […]

The Benefits of Grilling with Propane

Grilling With Propane: Three Big Benefits

July 20, 2020

Are you enjoying summer in the Seacoast region? We hope so! And even you’re doing a staycation this year, you can still enjoy delicious food with your propane grill. With propane grills, you can customize yours to have features like a side burner, multiple levels of grilling surface, a smoker attachment, a rotisserie, and more! […]

If You Aren’t Ductless Yet, You Could Be Missing Savings!

If You Aren’t Ductless Yet, You Could Be Missing Savings!

July 13, 2020

Summer is heating up here in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and southern Maine. If you don’t have central air conditioning, keeping your home cool and comfortable can be a challenge. When a home is heated with a boiler, it probably doesn’t have the ductwork needed for central air conditioning and adding it is […]

Price Protection Programs Open: Enroll Now!

Price Protection Programs Open: Enroll Now!

July 6, 2020

The world has been pretty chaotic in 2020, and much of that is filtering down to our lives here in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and southern Maine. Much of that chaos is from the COVID-19 pandemic, affecting everything from jobs to the summer rental season. That has many of us worried about our […]

Attic Insulation Efficiency Tips

Attic Insulation Efficiency Tips For Your Home Improvement

June 22, 2020

A little work now can mean big savings all year ‘round! For many of us, insulation in your home is usually associated with home heating. But proper insulation also works to keep your home cool in the summer. A well-insulated home keeps the cooled air from your air conditioning system inside your home. The A/C […]

Why You Need a Heating System Tune-up Now

Heating System Tune-ups: Why You Need One Now

June 15, 2020

As we head along to summer at full speed here in the Seacoast region, the last thing we’re thinking about is winter. But taking some time now will help you save energy, money, and hassle. And it’s easy. All you have to do is schedule the annual tune-up for your home’s heating system now! Having […]

Hints for Safe Grilling and Other Hot Summer Tips

Safe Grilling Hints And Other Hot Summer Tips

June 8, 2020

This 4th of July will still remain a day of celebration and an appreciation of the freedom we have long been blessed with. While the current health crisis has put a damper on the kind of events we are used to participating in, there is one American tradition that will never change; the backyard barbecue. […]