Whether you use propane year round or just for summer cookouts, it is critical to keep propane safety in mind at all times when it comes to handing your propane tank – including when it is not in use.
Seems like you’ve got us, covered, too!
Bottini Fuels is proud to announce that it has once again been recognized by the Times Herald-Record with a 2018 Reader’s Choice Award as the top HVAC business in the region. This is the third year in a row that we have received the honor.
YouTube videos are great – we especially love watching some of those crazy dog and cat antics. But the videos we don’t like to see are the ones that give the impression that anyone with a little mechanical aptitude can fix a home appliance – especially fuel-burning heating equipment.
If you have a home that is powered by propane gas, a keen nose and an ability to think quickly on your feet can be vital assets when it comes to keeping your family safe.
We’re closing in on the end of our first full month of summer here in the Hudson Valley, and we’ve already hit some pretty hot weather (there’s a lot more to come, say experts).
A central air conditioning unit is a significant investment for any homeowner – but it’s not designed to last forever.
If you only use propane to power your furnace, boiler, or barbecue grill, you’re not taking full advantage of propane’s amazing performance and versatility.
It happens sometimes – usually on the hottest day of the year: you set your thermostat, ready to enjoy the cool comfort of your air conditioned home when your reach down to find the vents are blowing warm air.
Already dreading the prospect of dragging your heavy, awkward, cobweb-covered window air conditioners up from the basement of your Hudson Valley home? Don’t worry, we have a far better (and less back-breaking) option for you: a Mitsubishi ductless system.
Summer is now officially only weeks away here in the Hudson Valley – we’ve had a taste of it already, but soon it will be time to close the windows and doors and get the A/C going full-time, full-blast in what is expected to be a “blazing” few months here in the Northeast.