It seems like every time we turn on the news these days, we hear about some kind of extreme weather – high winds, driving rains, floods and more – wreaking havoc.
Wood burning fireplaces are an amazing feature to have in your Hudson Valley home, but let’s face it: they aren’t the most convenient or efficient option when it comes to planning a cozy evening.
Your water heater is typically responsible for about 20 percent of your monthly energy bill as it labors to handle your laundry, shower, and dishwashing duties…
Cooler weather has arrived here in the Hudson Valley, and more is sure to follow – which means that soon it will be time to retire your beloved air conditioner for the season.
Labor Day 2018 is officially behind us, and despite the sweltering temperatures we’re getting this week, we all know that sooner rather than later, cool temperatures will be coming to the Hudson Valley.
Fall is coming to the Hudson Valley – and as the weather cools the question invariably comes up: how should I pay for my heating oil in the months ahead?
When you’ve been in the propane business for more than six decades, there’s not much you haven’t seen at one point or another.
Yes, it’s mid-August. Yes, temperatures hit the 90 degree mark this week in the Hudson Valley. And yes, we’ve still technically got about five weeks until we officially enter the fall season.
We’re just past the mid-point of summer here in the Hudson Valley – which means your propane grill has probably been hard at work for at least a month or two.
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t realize how much of a role humidity plays in the comfort, health, and wellbeing of your home: