Imagine a gallon of milk in your refrigerator. Now imagine 70 of them. That’s about how much hot water you use every day in your shower, sinks, and appliances.
Today’s gas furnaces are packed full of safeguards and efficiency features – but they still need common sense care to avoid safety and performance issues when they’re operating in your home.
A New Year is upon us – which means it’s time to start thinking ahead. How can you make 2018 easier – and better – when it comes to your home comfort? Here are four suggestions to get you started.
You’ve invested quite a bit of money in your propane furnace and heating system – but if you’re like many people, you probably don’t take the time to check your air filter every month, and that could cost you in the long run.
When it comes to saving money on your fall and winter energy bills, professionally installing and properly maintaining your high efficiency appliances – especially your heating system – is one of the best investments you can make for your Connecticut home.