With temperatures on the rise and the coronavirus potentially keeping us home more than usual in the coming weeks and months, having a reliable cooling system becomes crucial to maintaining quality of life at home.
One of the best and easiest ways to save money and energy is by installing a programmable thermostat in your Pennsylvania home.
Your water heater is one of those appliances that you don’t appreciate until it stops working – you know, when you can’t shower or clean your dishes because the water is ice cold, or when you find an unexpected flood in your basement.
With all the stories circulating about the advantages of natural gas over heating oil, it may be tempting to make the switch in your Pennsylvania home.
A new gas range is big investment for your kitchen – not just because of the expense of buying and installing it, but because it’s an appliance that you’ll use almost every day to do something central to your family’s health.
When most people think about temperature control and energy savings, they’re thinking about the thermostat on the wall that controls their furnace or boiler.
Believe it or not, spring 2020 is a little more than one month away, with a short February eventually yielding to the first month of spring.
Most of us love to gather around a fire, especially on a cold winter day here in Pennsylvania. But not many of us are willing to do the work it takes to get that fire started and keep it roaring – not to mention cleaning it up afterward.
If you use propane to power your home heating system, you already know how efficient and clean burning it is. But if that’s all you’re using propane for in your Pennsylvania home, you’re really missing out.
Propane is a good friend to have once winter arrives here in PA, offering an efficient, high-powered, and eco-friendly way to keep you safe and cozy as temperatures plummet here in the Keystone State.