It’s that time of year when we take the sweaters out and turn the thermostat up. And with how cold it can get on Long Island in winter, you want to know that when you raise that thermostat that you have a properly functioning home heating system that can keep you and your family comfortable. Depending on
In the winter, your home heating system does two important jobs – keeping you comfortable when you’re home and keeping your home safe when you aren’t. No one wants to come home to frozen pipes, whether it’s an unexpected cold snap while you’re at a holiday party that ran long or when you come back from a weekend
Your home’s heat begins with the oil burner. Without it, your water boiler won’t produce hot water, and the furnace won’t supply hot air for your home. Regular maintenance can help extend the life and efficiency of your boiler. Whether that includes basic maintenance you can do yourself or scheduling a professional, every bit helps.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is known as “the silent killer”. This colorless, odorless gas can build up in your home without your knowledge. It can make you sick – or worse – before you’re even aware it’s there.
In the Long Island area, there are hundreds of small Bioheat® fuel companies, giving customers endless options. Many of these are family-owned businesses that live within the same communities they serve. Your local provider can offer a wide selection of services at competitive prices such as annual maintenance, equipment installation, and more depending
Good quality indoor air is always important, but it’s even more crucial as the weather starts to turn cold in the fall because people spend more time indoors. Windows are more likely to be closed, impacting ventilation. Fortunately, options exist for improving indoor air quality, including air purifiers.
As the weather starts to turn crisp and cooler, Long Island homeowners perform annual activities like fall clean-ups, getting out winter clothing, prepping their gardens for next year, etc., but having their boilers cleaned is equally important. Hopefully, annual HVAC maintenance is already part of your routine.