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How Does an Oil-Fired Heating System Work?

Your thermostat senses that the room temperature has fallen below your thermostat setting and sends a signal to your heating system to provide heat for your home. Oil-fired heating systems distribute heat in one of three ways...

How Does an Oil-Fired Heating System Work?2019-09-11T16:01:18-04:00

8 Reasons Why You Should Switch to Propane Heat

When it’s time to replace your home heating system, consider the benefits of installing a high-efficiency propane furnace or boiler. Here are a few quick reasons why...

8 Reasons Why You Should Switch to Propane Heat2019-09-11T15:57:46-04:00

Propane Safety Tips for Hurricanes

Here are some important guidelines to keep your family safe before, during, and after hurricanes and/or extreme wind conditions. Propane Safety Tips for Hurricanes - Have an adequate supply of propane in your tank. During and after a hurricane, propane and other types of fuel may not be readily available and roads leading to your home or farm may be inaccessible.

Propane Safety Tips for Hurricanes2019-09-11T15:54:10-04:00

Cool Ways to Save This Summer

Infographic on how using Energy Star heating and cooling equipment will help keep you and your family comfortable, reduce your utility costs, and help to protect the environment.

Cool Ways to Save This Summer2019-09-11T15:49:41-04:00

Winter Weather Tips for Heating Oil and Propane Delivery Customers

During snowy weather and winter ice storms, please keep the following three tips in mind. 1. When to order your propane and heating oil. If you are a Will-Call customer, please make sure we have your heating fuel order a minimum of five days in advance of the snow. Never let your tank go below 1/4 full before you place your next heating oil or propane delivery order. You use more heating fuel with cold temperatures and snow and ice slow down delivery services.

Winter Weather Tips for Heating Oil and Propane Delivery Customers2019-09-11T15:46:50-04:00

Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips for Winter Weather

During this spell of extremely cold weather, we thought we would share some low-or no-cost energy-efficient tips to reduce your utility costs while saving energy. Don't let heat go up your chimney. Keep your damper closed if you are not using your fireplace. Leaving the damper open allows warm air to go right up the chimney. Check your flue damper seal and ensure it is tight.

Low-Cost Energy Saving Tips for Winter Weather2019-09-11T15:39:36-04:00

What are the differences between an automatic standby (permanent) generator and a portable generator?

During a utility power outage, an automatic standby generator provides numerous advantages over a portable generator. Standby generators help keep your family and home safe.Automatic standby generators keep your home protected from deadly carbon monoxide poisoning which is a much greater risk with portable generators.

What are the differences between an automatic standby (permanent) generator and a portable generator?2019-09-11T15:34:21-04:00

Care of Propane Tanks in Winter Weather

Northeastern winters may bring heavy snow, ice, sleet, and other weather conditions to your front door. The following tips will help minimize damage to your propane tank and keep you and your family safe and warm.

Care of Propane Tanks in Winter Weather2019-09-11T15:28:30-04:00

5 Ways to Chill Out this Summer

Keep the Heat Out - Improve insulation between your attic and roof. If you are upgrading your windows, consider ENERGY STAR certified windows. Use your window coverings, add new ones, or adjust blinds to keep the sun out. The right roof can do a lot to keep the heat out. Consider ENERGY STAR certified roof products. Keep the Cool In...

5 Ways to Chill Out this Summer2019-09-11T15:18:27-04:00