Tag Archives: water

June 30, 2020

My furnace is starting to rust – what’s causing it?

When you think of rust, you might think that a rusting furnace is kind of odd because it’s is usually associated with water. A furnace doesn’t use water to produce heat, it uses air, so why would it rusting? A furnace, when properly maintained, can last a long time, but wear and tear takes its […]

June 15, 2020

How long is my heating oil good for?

Did you fill your oil tank up at the very end of the heating season, and now the oil is just sitting, unused in your tank? Are you wondering if it has a shelf life – is my oil still good, can it go bad, will it hurt my furnace to use “old” oil, am […]

January 15, 2019

Want to reduce your energy costs – try a hybrid hot water heater

With electricity rates constantly on the rise, it’s no surprise that consumers are always looking for ways to reduce the amount of energy they consume. Even with changing all your lights to LED’s, living in the dark, and using your electronic devices sparingly, you may find that your bill has barely moved! Why? Your water […]

July 15, 2018

Why we inspect your oil tank before we fill it

Many homeowners and business owners understand the importance of having a home or building inspection before purchasing a property or the importance of a yearly inspection of their heating, venting, and air conditioning system, but they don’t realize the importance of having their heating oil tank inspected. While the property owner typically owns the tanks, […]