• 5 Simple Ways to Prepare Your Plumbing for Spring

    We all know that it’s important to prepare for New England winters, but what about spring? As a homeowner, you should always make sure that your plumbing is ready for the changing seasons if you want to avoid expensive repairs and surprise breakdowns. Luckily, there are only 5 simple things you need to know about [...] More  →

    Here are some HVAC tips to keep you warm when it’s cold outside and save you money on your energy bills!   More  →
  • Benefits of a Whole-House Humidifier

    In the summer, you can manage excess humidity in your home with a dehumidifier or the right air conditioner. But how can you make sure the air in your home doesn’t get too dry in the colder months? Three words--whole house humidifier. Did you know that your home should maintain a humidity level of 35-50% [...] More  →
  • 5 Easy Ways to Make Your Furnace More Efficient

    If you live in New England, you know the eternal struggle between wanting to be warm and cozy in your house during the winter and not wanting to spend an arm and a leg on heating costs. Running a furnace can be expensive, and as it gets older and less efficient, your utility bill will [...] More  →
  • How To Fix Uneven Heating In Your Home

    In the winter, do you ever find yourself spending most of your time in certain rooms that are nice and cozy while avoiding those areas of your home that just always seem to be a little bit colder than everywhere else? Well, you’re not alone. Most homes tend to heat up unevenly, leaving these cold [...] More  →
  • 4 Tips to Make the Most of Your Ductless Mini-Split in Winter

    Ductless mini-split heaters are popping up in more and more homes across New England because they are efficient, affordable, and comfortable. Whether you just installed a ductless mini-split for heating and cooling your home or you’re considering adding one, here are the 4 tips you need to know to get the most out of your [...] More  →
  • 4 Tips to Save Energy On Winter Vacation: What to Know When You Go Away

    Whether you’re hitting the slopes up north or heading off to somewhere warm and sunny to defrost from the Massachusetts cold, your winter vacation is probably one of the highlights of the season. But when you’re away from home in the winter, it can be difficult to know what to do with your house’s heating [...] More  →
  • How to keep my water heater bills to a minimum?

    As a homeowner, you’re always looking for ways to reduce bills and save some cash. And while the bill from your water heater might not be the largest utility bill you have, the US Department of Energy estimates that it takes up about 17% of your energy use. And if you’re trying to trim your [...] More  →
  • What Temperature Should You Set Your Thermostat to in the Winter?

    Here in New England, we all know how cold it can get in the winter. So when the air turns chilly and snow flurries start to hit, it’s time to turn that thermostat up. But what is the best temperature to turn your thermostat to? There isn’t one simple answer to this question, because it [...] More  →
  • How to Shop for an Energy-Efficient Furnace: 6 Tips You Need to Know

    Your heating and cooling system eats up almost half of your energy bill, according to the Department of Energy. That’s why you should have an energy-efficient furnace that helps you waste less energy, which is better for the earth and your wallet. But shopping for an energy-efficient furnace isn’t always easy. That’s why we put [...] More  →