Five Home Tips for a New England Winter

Even though winter doesn’t officially begin until December 21, in New England, it’s been winter. During the winter months, the days are shorter and the cold nights are longer, making us spend more time indoors. With you and your family spending more time in your home, it’s important to keep you all safe during storms, […]

Get Your Home Ready For Winter

With the cold weather and holidays coming, everyone rushes to spruce up their homes for the upcoming celebrations. Before you begin decorating, tidying up and preparing your home to have your family spend much more time indoors will make it for a much more comfortable winter and holiday season. Below are some tips to get […]

Five Home Tips To Tackle This October

October is here. Football is in full swing. Pumpkins are out on doorsteps. Outside temperatures begin to drop and as indoor temperatures begin to rise. This is the favorite time of year for many. Most importantly, it is time to make sure that your home is ready for the coming winter months by taking care […]

What the Tune-Up Entails

In virtually every service industry, regular tune-ups are one of the most important services that can be offered. This is especially true in the heating oil industry! A properly performed tune-up assures you that your system is operating at peak efficiency and won’t break down when you need it most. Some of the most common […]

Get a Sense of Your Furnace’s Flame Sensor

Modern oil-fired furnaces, boilers and water heaters use a Cadmium (or CAD) Cell sensor, usually located inside the oil burner tube, to detect the presence of a flame to assure that the oil burner assembly stops pumping oil into the combustion chamber if flame ignition is unsuccessful. If you find that your oil burner shuts […]

It's the little things that can make the difference. One delivery I got, the driver actually pulled my garbage cans in from the curb for me and put them away, after noticing it had been picked up. It may be a small thing but it left a lasting impression and I recount that story to anyone when discussing heating or fuel. Not many would do that and it sealed my loyalty right up. Outstanding.

- Peter B. - Enfield, CT