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Programmable thermostat

4 Great Reasons to Install a Programmable Thermostat Today

Posted: July 27, 2016

Installing a programmable thermostat is a great way to cut down your monthly energy bills – especially in the hottest months of summer and coldest months of winter. But some people still don’t really understand how great a benefit they can be for your home and wallet.

Central air conditioning

7 Common A/C Problems

Posted: June 23, 2016

If your central air conditioning isn’t running – or if you notice that it’s not running as cool or efficiently as it used to – check for these common air conditioner problems before you contact us for A/C service and repair.

Contemplating

Decisions, Decisions…Central Air or a Heat Pump?

Posted: May 6, 2016

Today’s central air conditioner and heat pumps are wonderful home comfort machines – but how do you know which one is right for your Hudson Valley home?

The two systems are similar in a couple of key ways: they’re both powered by outdoor units, and they both use energy to transfer heat from one place to another.

Farewell to Freon

Say Farewell to Freon and Save Money

Posted: March 10, 2016

It’s been estimated that the majority of air conditioning systems in the U.S. will have to be replaced soon. That’s because older cooling systems use R-22 refrigerant–better known as Freon—which will no longer be manufactured after 2020. Freon is considered a greenhouse gas and harms the environment when released into the air.

clear-path-deliveries

Tips to Keep Your Winter Deliveries on Track

Posted: November 24, 2015

At Bottini Fuel, we always do our best to get fuel in your tank whenever you need it. However, you can do a few things on your ensure timely deliveries all winter long.

  • If you are not signed up for automatic deliveries, it’s best to call us when your oil level reaches the one-quarter mark, or your propane tank reaches 30%.