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Signs Your House Has an HVAC Problem

Now that the weather has turned colder in Connecticut, you’re probably using your home’s heating system every day. An HVAC system can become worn out from years of use or lack of maintenance. If you notice any of these warning signs, contact an HVAC repair company right away so you don’t have to deal with […]

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Home Heating Tips for the Holidays

In November, many families begin planning for the holidays. They might book airline tickets to travel for Thanksgiving or begin buying the groceries they need to plan large feasts. Holiday decorations are pulled out and readied, special dishes are dusted off and guest rooms are readied. But many people fail to think of pre-planning when […]

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Should You Replace Your Furnace and A/C Together?

When it comes to your home’s HVAC system, it’s one of the most important elements that keep you and your family comfortable while indoors. Working efficiently, it keeps them warm when it’s cold outdoors, cool when it’s too hot outside, and offers other benefits we’ve all come to enjoy. If you’ve lived in your home […]

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Tips for Keeping Your Family Warm in the Home Heating Months

While the fall weather has been kind to Connecticut in 2019 with warmer-than-usual temperatures, cold weather will soon be upon us. For many households, this means pushing up the thermostat to warm the house. But with oil prices and electricity rates creeping higher this year, many households are looking to balance the economy with comfort. […]

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4 Benefits of Heating Your Home with Oil

If your home’s heating system is old, worn out, and in need of replacement, you don’t necessarily have to install the same type you currently have. There are several reasons to replace your existing heating system with an oil furnace. Increase Energy Efficiency Modern oil furnaces are extremely energy-efficient, with many boasting 95 percent efficiency […]

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How to Make Your Home Heating Oil Last Longer This Winter

As temperatures drop, we remember how precious our home heating oil really is. On one hand, we want our homes to be warm when we wake up in the morning, and when we get home from work at night. It sounds great on paper, but in practice, this comfort always seems to impact our wallets […]

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Propane Grilling Tips as Summer Winds Down | Arbor Energy

Labor Day will be here before we know it and for many, that means the last picnics of the summer season are nearing. If you’ll be entertaining guests at a backyard barbecue, it’s important to safety around propane. Check out the following tips and enjoy those burgers and macaroni salad while you still can! Preparing […]

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AC Problems? Understanding Short Cycling

An air conditioner is supposed to turn on when a house gets too warm and blow cold air until the house has cooled down to the temperature set on the thermostat, then turn off. Short cycling occurs when an AC is unable to complete a full cooling cycle for some reason and shuts off before […]

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Winterizing Your HVAC System

Even though temperatures have been soaring lately, winter will be here soon, so you should start to think about winterizing your HVAC system. The best time is in early fall before the weather gets too cold. There are some things you can do yourself, but others require assistance from a professional. How to Get Your […]

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Why Is My Home AC Blowing Warm Air on a Hot Day?

It’s a hot, July day in the midst of a heatwave unlike we’ve seen in some time here in New England. You close the windows, turn up your central air conditioning and plan to stay in for the weekend just to discover that it’s blowing warm air. What gives? There are many reasons why your […]

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