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How to Troubleshoot Your Heat Before Calling for Service

Posted: January 24, 2022

No Heat? No worries! You wake up one winter morning and your Hudson Valley home feels like an ice box. Your heating system isn’t running! Before you call for service, do some troubleshooting on your own. Keep reading for a summary of what to do. Or click here for a step-by-step guide. No Heat Troubleshooting […]

Winter Storms & Propane Use

Posted: January 17, 2022

Safety advice for the season Winter is upon us in the Hudson Valley. Whether it will be mild or one for the record books, no one yet knows. Whatever winter has in store, Bottini Fuel will have you covered. You can count on us for your propane delivery—no matter what. At Bottini Fuel, in addition […]

Pay Attention to Your Propane Tank

Posted: January 10, 2022

Your winter checklist Winter is upon us in the Hudson Valley! Make sure you’re not left in the cold as the temperatures continue to dip. As a propane customer, there are a few things you need to stay on top of during the winter months. You have pay special attention to your propane level and […]

Avoid Expensive Heating Repairs!

Posted: December 20, 2021

Comfort Care Service Plans from Bottini Fuel You’ve heard it said that a great defense is the best offense. Well, prevention is better than a great fix or cure. By signing up for one of Bottini Fuel’s Comfort Care service plans, you can avoid expensive furnace repairs, boiler repairs, water heater repairs, and A/C repairs. […]

Why Propane Is Considered “Green”

Posted: December 13, 2021

The numbers add up When it comes to how cleanly it burns, propane ranks among the best of fossil fuels. Propane also provides certain benefits to the environment that electricity doesn’t. This becomes obvious when you compare a home heated with electricity to one that uses propane for heating. The propane home will generate up […]

Cut Energy Costs While Staying Warm This Winter

Posted: December 6, 2021

Tips for taming your heating bills We’ve enjoyed a beautiful and mild autumn in the Hudson Valley, but winter makes no promises. Now is the time to take steps to prevent the dipping temperatures from making your heating bills unmanageable. You and your family can still be comfortable while cutting your energy costs this winter. […]

Is Your Water Heater in Good Shape?

Posted: November 22, 2021

Watch for these signs of water heater trouble Most people don’t spend a lot of time thinking about their water heater, especially when it’s working well. But if something goes wrong with your water heater, it will be all you can think about, especially if it ends up costing you thousands of dollars in water […]

An Introduction to Renewable Propane

Posted: November 15, 2021

Learn about this cleaner energy source There are a lot of reasons homeowners choose propane: It’s one of the cleanest and most efficient fuel options. It’s also extremely versatile. Propane can run a wide range of home appliances and do so at a much lower cost than electricity. Propane has a low carbon profile. It’s […]

How To Fix Common Oil Furnace Problems

Posted: November 8, 2021

Troubleshooting your oil furnace You wake up one morning in your Hudson valley home and you’re cold—really, really cold. Your oil furnace isn’t working. How do you handle this nightmare? Don’t panic. Before you call for service there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the problem yourself. And if you do need […]

ENERGY PRICE UPDATE: OCT. 2021

Posted: October 26, 2021

Why Your Bills Are Going Up Dear Valued Customer, Once again, we’re seeing energy prices surge across the board. We know how painful that can be for our customers. It’s painful for us, as well. What’s Going On? Gasoline has risen more than a dollar more per gallon vs. a year ago. Natural gas prices […]

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