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Get Ahead of Winter’s Freeze with These 3 Tips

Just a few weeks into the winter season and most homeowner’s in Connecticut are now bracing for what’s expected to be a “teeth-chattering” season. According to the Farmer’s Almanac predictions for 2019 which are calling for frigid temps until mid-February. What does that mean for you as a homeowner? That you should be taking steps to […]

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Furnace? Top Things to Consider

Furnaces always seem to know when the worst time to fail is: in the middle of a cold snap, on a holiday, while you’re away from home. Suddenly, you’re faced with a decision…do I repair the old furnace or choose a completely new heating system? It’s not an easy decision to make. Before you do, […]

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Just Bought a Home with an Oil Furnace? Here’s What You Need to Know

For most homeowners, the entire process of finding, financing and finally moving into a new home can be daunting. Sure there are a lot of ups and downs with the negotiations, paperwork and inspections, but once you’re all settled in and celebrating your new purchase, reality sinks in. Inhabiting the new home will require getting […]

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Winter Heating Safety Reminders

Now that the first snow has fallen across the state, it’s a great time to talk winter heating. Keeping our homes warm and families safe is a number one priority. Here are some safety reminders to brush up on to make this winter a toasty, snuggly, enjoyable one. Always Play it Safe There are some […]

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Room Always Feel Cold? Here’s What to Do

As a homeowner, you’ve probably already learned the regular occurrences at your dwelling – you know that certain stair that creaks every time, the fidgety closet doorknob that doesn’t want to stick and the room that you keep out of on cold days because it can’t seem to hold warmth. While we can’t offer a […]

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Tips from the Pros: Keeping a Clean Furnace This Fall

Keeping your home warm, efficient and clean is top of mind for most homeowners this time of year. Especially here in New England where we’ve already welcome cold temperatures ahead of the winter season. If worrying whether or not your home heating system will fail you and leave you in the cold on an ice-cold […]

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How to Keep Your Home Comfortably Warm on Frigid Cold Days

Cold winter temperatures are right around the corner which means keeping the heater on all day and bundling up in blankets. There are a few things you can do as a homeowner to keep your home comfortably warm during those frigid winter days and nights. Take a look below… Upgrade your heating equipment Did you […]

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Tips to Prevent Home Heating Oil from Freezing

As fall becomes winter and the temperatures continue to drop, there’s a chance your home heating oil could freeze. The last thing you want when it gets chilly is for your heater to stop working. There are several ways that you can prevent freezing or clouding. Firstly, always make sure that you have routine cleaning […]

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Tips to Lower Your Heating Bill this Winter

The fall season is swiftly making its way to Connecticut. You may have noticed some leaves starting to change to beautiful red and amber hues and soon crisp air and cooler nights will be the norm. As this happens, homeowners across the state are getting their homes ready for the new season by turning off […]

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3 Reasons Fall is Best for Furnace Maintenance

We’re just a few short weeks away from Labor Day. That means summer is coming to an end here in New England. Kids are heading back to school. The temperature is slowly starting to drop and before we know it our streets will be lined with a kaleidoscope of colors from falling foliage. The fall […]

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