Fall is in full swing here in New York – the baseball playoffs are heating up, temperatures are heading down, and it’s a great time to enjoy the crunch of leaves on a long hike.
Drafts and air leaks are the natural enemy of home comfort, especially in older homes: not only do they make rooms uncomfortable, they also raise your energy bill and make your furnace or boiler work harder to do their job – which could lead to more heating system repairs and a shorter lifespan for your heating equipment.
If you paid your propane or heating oil heating bills month-to-month last year, you probably experienced some bumpy billing in January and February, when temperatures dropped quickly and severely here in the Northern New Jersey area (sorry, we hate to bring back traumatic memories of winters past…). But if you were a Bottini EZ Pay […]
As we seem to see more and more often these days, severe weather can cause inconvenient – and sometimes dangerous – power outages. But there is one piece of home comfort equipment that can protect your family and home when the power goes down: in a whole house generator.
To repair or replace. It’s a choice that most homeowners will one day have to make about their heating system, whether they have a forced-air furnace or a hydronic or steam boiler.
An indirect-fired water heater is one of the smartest ways to heat the water in your Hudson Valley home – but most people don’t know a whole lot about this energy efficient option.
Americans have been using heating oil to heat their homes for almost 90 years, yet it remains one of the most misunderstood sources of energy around.
At Bottini Fuel, we’re all about keeping life simple for you – which is part of the reason we offer conveniences like our Payment Plans and Pricing Programs.
It may not feel this way when you step outside this week, but fall is just around the corner – which means it’s time to prepare for cooler weather and the heating bills that come with it.
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t want to keep one eye on your propane or heating oil fuel gauge all fall and winter long – and you DEFINITELY don’t want to go without heat, especially if we get a repeat performance of last year’s frigid winter.