Using Heating Oil? Two Things Watch Out For

Posted on: 22 March 2017

If you have only lived in apartments and houses where you only had to turn up the thermostat to get electric heat, you may not know much about heating oil and furnaces. That's why, in your new home, you could miss signs of a problem or start to worry over something minor. It's important that you pay attention to the issues below so that you can keep heating the space.
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Anti-Icers Vs. Deicers

Posted on: 15 March 2017

A winter weather advisory often means that now is the time to take action to prevent icing over. However, some business owners wait until the last minute and end up fighting the battle with the wrong supplies. To help you prepare, here is what you need to know about anti-icers and deicers.   What Are Anti-Icers? Anti-icers are used prior to the arrival of ice and snow to lower the chances of ice forming on surfaces.
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Improving Your Business's Energy Efficiency

Posted on: 13 March 2017

Running a business means that you often need to think about the big picture and the small picture simultaneously. This, of course, can be a challenge to accomplish and can involve dealing with issues such as environmental impact and energy efficiency on a regular basis. If you are looking to rein in your business's energy use and become more efficient, there are many ways that you can go about accomplishing these goals.
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Some Information on Propane and Propane Cylinders

Posted on: 27 February 2017

We use propane every day as a fuel source for many different applications.  Here are some things to know before you start using propane around your home or business.  What You Should Know About Propane As a gas, propane is heavier than air and can settle in low areas so if it leaks from the cylinder, you need to disperse the gas. If you have a leak, the fire department should be notified so they can come and properly remove the gas from the area.
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