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The Difficulties of Residential Geo-Thermal Systems in New England

The Difficulties of Residential Geo-Thermal Systems in New England

The U.S. Energy Information Administration states that more than half of the energy used in residential homes is directly spent on heating and cooling which means your HVAC system has the largest carbon footprint in your home. Traditional heating & cooling units heat the air it takes from outside by burning fossil fuels in a … Continued

Asthma and Indoor Air Quality

Asthma and Indoor Air Quality

Four thousand people die each year from asthma related causes. Asthma can be brought on by air pollution, allergies, exercise, stress and certain chemicals which cause the airways of the lungs to narrow or become blocked, making it hard to breath. We can all do our part to help relieve some of the stress that … Continued

Don’t leave your HVAC system out of your Spring Cleaning

Don’t leave your HVAC system out of your Spring Cleaning

Winter is over and while you may not be ready to shut off your heating system for the year – May snowstorms do happen in Massachusetts – you should start making plans for the warm summer months by cleaning your HVAC system before you need to run it. Regular maintenance will extend the lifespan of … Continued

Beating Winter Dryness Indoors

Beating Winter Dryness Indoors

Everyone in New England can remember beating a cold night by cranking up the heat, blissfully falling asleep in a toasty-warm room, only to wake up with a face so dry they fear it will crack. Winter dryness can lead to nose bleeds, skin problems, sore throats, itchiness and other health issues in inhabitants. Your … Continued

When to shut down your air conditioner for the season

When to shut down your air conditioner for the season

Much like Christmas lights, many homeowners don’t know when it’s time to shut down their air conditioning system for the season. Even with the end of the hot summer days, some people delay shutting it down just incase they get hit with an unexpected hot fall day, but no one wants to have to wade … Continued

4 ways to stay cool on the 4th of July

4 ways to stay cool on the 4th of July

Most people have Independence Day off from work, but your air conditioner will probably run longer than normal to comfort the people lounging around the house. Give the AC a break and cut down on your utility bill by using these simple tips to reduce the need for home cooling during your Fourth of July … Continued

What is the Mass Save Heat Loan?

What is the Mass Save Heat Loan?

Participating lenders offer 0% loans up to $25,000 (depending on the utility and the lender) with terms up to 7 years! To qualify for this type of loan, you must have a Mass Save Home Energy Assessment and install qualified energy efficiency measures recommended by a Mass Save representative. You can get a loan from participating banks for zero interest to … Continued

Winter is Coming, Have your heating system tuned-up and maintained

Winter is Coming, Have your heating system tuned-up and maintained

We’ve had everything thrown at us, weather-wise, in the past few years.  We should be used to it.  Early October snowstorms, ice storms, tornado warnings with rain and hail … One thing we know for sure:  Winter is coming and we better be prepared! Being prepared in New England means more than just having your heating … Continued

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