It’s been a unique summer this year, with most of us home more than usual and turning to our home and outdoor space for sanity and staycation time.
Whole house backup generators can provide an emergency power supply, enabling you to keep important equipment running during a power outage. But are they safe to own and operate?
Power outages caused by severe weather are becoming more common these days, and their consequences are greater than ever – especially with everyone home for school and work the way they are right now.
If you’re a Will Call customer, it’s a good idea to start getting back in the habit of monitoring your fuel gauge as we head into September.
If you’re using it to power space heaters, water heaters, fireplaces, and other appliances in your Wyoming County home, you already know that propane gas one of the most versatile sources of home energy around.
If you have an appliance that burns fuel to produce energy – whether it is a water heater, furnace, boiler, fireplace, or cooking range – it emits at least some carbon monoxide (CO) as it runs.
It’s been a hot one here in Pennsylvania so far in summer 2020 – and with everyone home more than usual, you’re probably paying more for your cooling bills.
Tired of looking at the same stuff around your home, day after day? Wanting to make the most of your time indoors by tackling that home improvement project you’ve been putting off?
With the amount of time we’re spending at home this COVID-19 summer, your air conditioner will be working overtime – and your energy bills will show it.