Finding yourself with some newfound time as we work our way through Alone Together April? Why not give yourself some home projects to tackle.
A big question surrounding coronavirus is how much of a role airborne transmission plays in its spread. According to the CDC, the virus is primarily passed either through direct contact with an infected person or through close range (six feet or less) coughing or sneezing.
With average nighttime temperatures in our Hudson Valley service area dipping into the mid-40s well into May, your heating system will still be on the job for a while this year, keeping your family safe and comfortable as we cope with the challenges of the coronavirus outbreak.
Heating and cooling systems are big investments for any Hudson Valley homeowner, and the most important way to protect those investments is to get preventative professional maintenance every year.
If this is your first winter with a heat pump, it may surprise you to find how often it runs. Believe it or not, it’s designed to run almost continuously while it is working, especially in the winter.
We’re coming down the homestretch on winter 2020, but we’ll still be using our heating systems for a while – and getting the heating bills that come with that use.
Most people think of propane as barbecue fuel. But the truth is the propane is actually one of the most versatile, efficient and powerful sources of home energy around.
Your water heater is an unsung workhorse, working behind the scenes to pump out gallon after gallon of hot water for your appliances and taps. But there will come a day when that hero will fail, leaving you with a cold shower or a pool of water in your basement.
This is the time of year when you rely most on your furnace to keep you warm and safe – and if you maintain your heating equipment properly, it will usually do its job without complaint.
If you ask people what they know about propane, most often the answer will be about propane and BBQ grilling. While grilling with propane is great, that’s just the beginning of what propane can do for you and your home here in the Hudson Valley and Catskills region. Let’s dig into the three most common […]