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Cold Weather Energy Conservation Tips

Cold winter nights are just around the corner in the Hudson Valley.

For many people, that means higher energy bills – especially if you have an older furnace or boiler…

How to Select an HVAC Contractor – 4 Questions You Need to Ask

There will probably come a time when you’ll need to find an expert contractor to service, repair or tune-up your heating or cooling equipment (or your plumbing systems, for that matter).

Three Ways to Cut Stress This Heating Season

Fall is in full swing in the Catskills, and with it comes the need to heat your home. But using your heating oil system doesn’t need to be a stressful experience.

Fall Is Coming – Time for Your Annual Heating System Maintenance

Labor Day is behind us, which means it’s time for your annual heating system tune-up.

AFUE and Real-World Boiler Efficiency: Save up to 40% on You Energy Bills

You’ve probably seen the yellow stickers on your boiler, but may not understand what the numbers on those stickers mean.

5 Tips for Maintaining Your Ductless A/C System

Mini-Split air conditioners (also called ductless systems) are a great way to cool your home – they’re efficient, flexible, unobtrusive, and they keep your indoor air healthy…

5 Common A/C Problems

Summer’s almost here – which means it’s just about time to crank up the A/C to do battle with the elements in what is expected to be a scorcher of a season.

Ready for an A/C Upgrade? Here Are Some Factors to Consider

Memorial Day is just around the corner – which means muggy Catskill Region nights are not far behind.

6 Plumbing Don’ts – and 4 Plumbing Dos – for Your Home

If you’re like most people, you take your home plumbing system for granted – until it backs up and you need plumbing repairs.

What to Do If Your Heat Suddenly Stops Working

If your heating system suddenly stops working, sometimes there’s a simple fix you can do yourself that will get your heat going and save you the expense of a service visit. Visit our troubleshooting question-and-answer guide for help, or follow these steps: