Pros and cons

Propane vs. Heating Oil: Pros and Cons

Most homeowners here in the Hudson Valley rely on either propane gas or fuel oil to power their homes.

HVAC technician

Six Qualities to Look for in a Commercial HVAC Contractor

You probably take the HVAC system in your office space for granted – until it fails in the middle of the winter or summer.

Spring cleaning

Spring Cleaning for Your Propane-Powered Home

Now that we’re into April, it’s a good time to get down to some serious spring cleaning! When you’re putting together your at-home to-do list in the coming weeks…

Spring is here

Spring: A Great Time for Your Heating System Maintenance

Spring is here – time to start thinking about the warm days ahead of us rather than the cold days behind us.

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Can a Gas Heater Work Without Electricity?

Winter and early spring storms can have a real impact on our lives here in the Hudson Valley – especially if they cause a power outage.

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Why It’s Important to Keep Heating Oil in Your Tank

Once spring arrives in a few weeks, many of you will be counting the days until you can put your heating system to bed for a few months.

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When Should I Replace My Gas Furnace?

A professionally maintained gas furnace can last 12 to 15 years or more. The problem, if you’re like most homeowners in our Hudson Valley service area, is that you may not how old your furnace is, or how well the previous owners of your home took care of their equipment.

Furnace air filter

When Was the Last Time You Checked Your Furnace Air Filter?

The harder your furnace works to keep you comfortable in your Hudson Valley home, the more attention it needs to stay running at its best…

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It’s Not Too Late to Install a Propane Fireplace!

Want to know the perfect antidote for a polar vortex (well, besides a plane ticket to Fiji)?

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Beware of Late Season Heating System Problems

The good news, if you’re not a fan of cold weather, is that we have passed the halfway point of winter 2018/19.