September 25 was National Tune-up Day – a day set aside to remind all of us homeowners how important it is to schedule routine annual maintenance for our HVAC system.
Fall is less than two weeks away – time to start think about keeping your family warm in your Pennsylvania home!
Imagine coming in from the cold this fall and winter to a roaring fire – all at the click of a button, with no wood-fire set-up and clean-up hassles. You can get all those benefits and more – including emergency heat in the event of a power outage – when you install a propane gas […]
A whole-house propane backup generator is a lot like an insurance policy: you never know the value of one until you really need it.
You can learn just about anything on the internet these days – but when it comes to repairing home heating equipment, watching a three minute video is no substitute for the years of advanced training it takes to become a certified HVAC contractor.
Summer is going by us quickly, and as we head into September you may find that your propane tank is reaching the end of its long life (assuming, of course, that it can’t be refilled and used again safely – contact us to learn more).
Most people don’t want to think about keeping one eye on their gas or heating oil gauge all winter long – and no one wants to deal with the hassles and potential risks of running out of fuel when the mercury plummets like it did last January and February.
If you’re thinking about buying a new or replacement propane tank for your Pennsylvania home, we have three words for you: Don’t do it (OK, maybe that’s three and a half words).
With no pilot light and on-demand water heating for your taps and home comfort appliances, a propane tankless water heater is considerably more efficient that a traditional water heater (one that stores hot water in a tank) – especially one powered by electricity.
Tunkhannock Founder’s Day is a great time to celebrate so many of the things that make our Wyoming County river town unique– and on June 23rd, that’s just where Ace-Robbins volunteers were, connecting with the local artisans, students, vendors, and people who make the Tunkhannock area such wonderful place to live and work. Participating in events […]