Winter 2018 Newsletter

Chris and Scott Walton

Remembering Diane Walton

Dear Friends,

As many of you know, we suffered a terrible loss when our mom, Diane Walton, passed away in January.

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24/7 neon sign

Home Comfort by the Numbers

The key component of our responsive service can be summed up by these numbers: 24/7/365. That’s when our service technicians are available for you if you ever have an emergency — all day, every day, including holidays and weekends. In other words: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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Shamus the dog

Sensing Home Comfort Problems

Every problem has a symptom, and frequently it is accompanied by something you see, hear, smell or even feel. Follow along as Shamus, the dogged detective, uses his enhanced senses to uncover common problems you might encounter at your oil-heated home.

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Heat for the Holidays

Delivering Comfort and Joy

Thanks to all of you who took part in nominating the potential recipients of our annual Heat for the Holidays program. As in past years, we donated and installed heating systems for two homeowners in our service area.

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Rich Moyer

Ask the Expert

Q: How long does a furnace usually last?

A: The average life span of a residential furnace ranges from 12 to 15 years.

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Blue suitcase

Going Away This Winter?

If you’ve been on a winter vacation before, you know how important it is to have someone check your home on a regular basis. That person can contact us if there’s a problem and give us access. (You may also want to consider a lockbox.) But you can do more.

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