Fall – Tip of the Month

The weather is cooling and you may have even thought about turning on your heat.  Now is a good time before the weather gets cold to check the amount of heating oil in your tank. Running out and needing an emergency delivery can be a costly event. Help keep your energy costs as low as possible by keeping your heating unit operating at peak efficiency with an annual tune-up. Preventive maintenance also saves money by helping to lessen the chances of a more costly emergency service when it is cold and/or inconvenient. Don’t forget to get your air conditioning system ready for it’s winter rest.

 

WINTER – Tip of the Month

The weather has turned cold and windy, check the amount of heating oil in your tank more often as usage will increase in these conditions.  Snow, it’s going to snow, plan ahead as this is when we get the busiest. Running out and needing an emergency delivery can be a costly event. Help keep your energy costs as low as possible by keeping your heating unit operating at peak efficiency with an annual tune-up. Preventive maintenance also saves money by helping to lessen the chances of a more costly emergency service when it is cold and/or inconvenient. Don’t forget to get your air conditioning system ready for it’s winter rest. 

 

Spring – Tip of the Month

The weather is warming up and we are all ready to get outside, as you work around your house, check the area surrounding your air conditioning unit. Clean away any debris that winter has left behind. Now is the time to give your air conditioning unit a tune-up before the heavy demands of summer start. A tune-up can keep you cool and your system operating at peak efficiency ,which can  control  your energy costs. Preventive maintenance on your heating unit should be done between spring and fall, so it will be ready when the cold weather returns. Schedule your service needs soon to have most flexibility in available times.