Pellet stoves offer a cost-effective, eco-friendly alternative to traditional home heating systems, filling your home with natural wood warmth that oil or propane simply can’t match.
Fall is upon us – and as the leaves begin to change here in the Finger Lakes region, it’s time to batten down the hatches and prepare for the cool days and nights to come.
How many times have you said “no” to your wood-burning fire over the years because of the hassles of setup and cleanup?
Severe weather seems to get more common each year – and with that severe weather can come inconvenient or even dangerous power outages.
I think it’s safe to say that most of us would welcome a little stability in today’s uncertain world.
Imagine you’re in the middle of a wonderful hot morning shower, when suddenly you’re shocked by a blast of cold water.
Has your propane water heater failed? Probably not. More likely, your water heater reached its limit because it isn’t properly matched to the needs of your home.
It’s common sense: you use most of your fuel – about 80 percent – during the height of winter. But that reality can lead to some unwelcome billing surprises – especially around the holidays.
Most of us know that Carbon Monoxide (CO) is bad – but how much do you really know about CO? Here are some carbon monoxide basics to help keep you safe at home.
Propane is one of the most efficient energy sources around around – and one of the most versatile. In fact, you can power just about anything with propane – and probably do it for less money (especially if you currently power your home with electricity).
When was the last time you got your wood pellet stove professionally cleaned?
Annual maintenance – including a cleaning – is a great idea not just for safety, but also for efficiency.