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Bomb Cyclones and 35-Degree Temperature Swings: Welcome to the New Normal

Posted: January 16, 2018

Well, we’re off to an interesting start in 2018, with temperatures swinging from the mid-30s to record sub-zero lows and back again inside of two weeks. We even had a “bomb cyclone” – perhaps as a sequel to the “pollen vortex” of last spring. As always, our crews have been working around the clock to […]

Energy Conservation Tips for Winter

Posted: December 21, 2017

For many people, winter is a time of high energy bills – especially if you have an older furnace or boiler (if your heating system is more than 10-12 years old or so, it’s worth considering an upgrade – today’s models are much more efficient and would likely pay for themselves in just a couple […]

Three Ways to Cut Stress This Heating Season

Posted: November 20, 2017

Winter can be a stressful time, with short days, cold weather, and heating bills combining to create pressures that simply aren’t there in other seasons.

Here are three ways to take the edge off some of that…

Should I Repair or Replace My Home Heating System?

Posted: October 24, 2017

We say it time and again: the best way to take care of your heating system is to get an annual tune-up. But even the best maintained heating equipment will eventually break down. Professional heating repair can go a long way in extending the lifespan of your heating equipment. But eventually repairs will cost more […]

It’s Time to Schedule Your Annual Heating System Maintenance!

Posted: September 11, 2017

Fall is coming to Montgomery and Bucks counties, which means it’s almost time to fire up your home heating system. The question is will it be up to the challenge after a long spring and summer layoff? An annual tune-up for your heating system is not just the way to keep your equipment running at […]

Pay Your Way: Choosing a Price Protection Program

Posted: August 15, 2017

You may have already received a mailing about our Price Protection programs. But if you are reading this, why wait to start taking advantage of these convenient, money saving services? Here is a quick summary of your options: EZ Pay plan with market price: Make your bills more predictable by spreading your fuel costs out […]

Seven Tips to Save Energy and Money This Summer

Posted: July 10, 2017

Summer heat has arrived here in Montgomery County and Bucks County – and with it comes summer cooling bills. Here are seven ways to keep those bills under control this summer: Use a programmable thermostat – Use your programmable thermostat to run your A/C a little warmer at night and when no one is home. […]

AC Not Working? Troubleshooting Before You Call For Service

Posted: June 9, 2017

Summer is almost here, and soon it will be time to fire up your home cooling system. But what if it doesn’t respond to the call to active duty? Don’t worry – our technicians are here to help. But before you contact us for service, it pays to do a little troubleshooting: sometimes the problem […]

Three Strategies For Dealing With Springtime Allergies

Posted: May 10, 2017

Spring is here Montgomery and Bucks Counties – and if you suffer from seasonal allergies, that could mean some unpleasant symptoms are here, too. Here are three simple strategies to cut down on your allergy symptoms this spring: Manage your exposure to allergy triggers Share gardening chores with a non-allergy sufferer Avoid spending too much […]

No Ducts? No Problem! Five Advantages of Ductless Cooling Systems

Posted: April 10, 2017

Ductless (or mini-split) cooling systems are a cost-effective alternative to ugly, noisy, and inefficient window units – and often to central air conditioners. They’re the top option for homes that have hot water baseboard heating rather than ductwork – and a great way to add A/C to hard-to-cool rooms and home additions. Compared to traditional […]

Brave the Shave, Raise Money for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation

Posted: March 9, 2017

For the 8th consecutive year, Scott and Chris Walton and their sons will participate in the St. Baldrick’s head-shaving event to raise funds for childhood cancer research. This year’s event will again be held at the Lansdale Tavern on Sunday, March 12th from 12pm to 4pm. Last year’s event raised more than $14,500!

Should I replace my water heater?

Posted: February 24, 2017

Your water heater is an unsung hero in your home, helping supply hot water for your shower, bath, dishwasher and clothes washer. But like any machine, after years of effort a water heater can eventually wear down. Watch for these signs to know if it’s time to upgrade. Age – The average lifespan for a […]

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