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Top 5 Signs Your Furnace Needs a Tune-Up

When winter comes to Massachusetts and Connecticut, you want to ensure that your home heating system is prepared to keep your home warm and cozy. Did you know that the average lifespan of a furnace is 16–20 years¹? However, without proper maintenance and annual inspections, the time it takes for your heating system to break […]

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Top 8 Tasks Before Turning On Your Home’s Heat

Fall is finally here in Massachusetts and Connecticut. You’re going to be putting your A/C into hibernation soon, and you’ll be filling your closet with sweaters and sweatshirts to keep you warm through the fall and winter. Pretty soon, you’ll kick on the heat and look ahead to a couple of months of low temperatures. […]

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Why August is the Right Time to Schedule Your Heating System Tune-Up

Fall is right around the corner here in Massachusetts and Connecticut, and though you may not quite yet be thinking about when you’re going to kick on your heater, August is the perfect time to schedule your annual tune-up. August is early enough to find and make any necessary repairs before the cold weather arrives; […]

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Taking Care of Your Tank during the Spring and Summer

Warm weather is approaching more quickly than ever! As temperatures continue to rise consistently, and you turn your Bioheat® fuel furnace or boiler off for the summer, it’s important to keep your fuel storage tank in mind throughout the year. A well-maintained heating oil tank is important for keeping your heating system working properly. Below […]

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Bioheat® Heating Oil FAQ

If you’re a resident or business owner in Massachusetts or Connecticut, chances are you’ve heard about Bioheat® fuel: but do you know all the great benefits and details that come along with the source of clean energy? For starters, it contains significantly less sulfur and produces only a fraction of the emissions of traditional fuel […]

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