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Central Air Vs. Ductless Mini Split: Which A/C Is Best For You?

If you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system, then you’ve got 2 main options: central air or ductless mini-split. Both are better than a typical window unit, but the battle intensifies if you compare them side-by-side. Remember: there is no “right” or “wrong” answers here; it all comes down to your budget, […]

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Beat the Summer Heat with These A/C Repair Tips

With warm weather now here, you will probably be using your home’s air conditioning system soon, if you aren’t already. A/C systems can become worn out or dirty from regular wear and tear and when this happens, they will struggle to perform on hot days. Don’t get left in the heat. Now is the time […]

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Maintaining a Good Temperature in Your Home is Key for Quality Sleep

Getting a good, full night’s rest is important. For health, mental clarity and the endurance to make it through all the obstacles and challenges we face each day. The recommended amount of hours you should be snoozing is between 7-9 hours every day. This doesn’t mean lay in bed for two of those hours on […]

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Should You Keep Your Furnace on for Summer?

Unless you live in an extreme climate, chances are good you don’t even think about your oil-burning furnace in the summer. You may keep the thermostat turned way down – put there on the first really warm day – and leave it alone until the nights start getting nippy in early fall. But is this […]

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Arbor Energy Bringing CT Homeowners Peace of Mind with Service Plans

The benefits of service plans for your home heating and cooling needs are many. From better energy efficiency to savings on parts and labor, it’s really a no-brainer. Plus, who wants to deal with the uncertainty of Connecticut’s winter weather? One day the forecast is calling for a few flurries, and the next day it’s […]

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Understanding Oil Tank Requirements

If you use oil to heat your home or business, you use an oil tank to store fuel oil for heating systems. It might be above ground or below ground. It might be large or small. It’s important, however, to have a basic understanding of your oil tank so you can ensure it continues to […]

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Innovation in Home Heating Means Smarter Spending

In case you haven’t heard, today’s technological innovations have made their way into our homes. What was once a benefit to our work and social lives, is now also becoming an integral part of how we operate in our homes. IoT at Home The Internet of Things or “IoT” is just that… a network of […]

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Benefits Refresher: Why Automatic Delivery Plans Are Best

With the spring season on its way in, we thought it would be the perfect time to offer you a refresher on the many benefits of subscribing to an automatic delivery plan for home heating fuel. How Automatic Delivery Works With an automatic delivery plan, the provider calculates individual homeowners’ fuel consumption based on the […]

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4 Easy Tips to Care for Your Oil Furnace

Maintaining an optimal heating system is an important part of home ownership. Whether you had a newer system installed or you inherited a much older one when you purchased your home, the only way to prolong the use you get out of your furnace and its efficiency is to give it some good old TLC. […]

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Common Furnace Problems and What to Do About Them

The last thing you want on a cold winter night is to have your furnace fail. Many problems can be prevented with routine maintenance or can be handled by a homeowner, but serious furnace issues should be addressed by professionals. The Importance of Routine Maintenance Have your furnace professionally inspected and maintained annually. That can […]

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