Last month, we talked about some big advantages of automated pellet boilers.
One question we get a lot here at Ehrhart Energy is “how do I reduce impact my impact on the environment.” It’s kind of our specialty. The truth is, there are a number of ways to answer that question. Some of them involve big steps such as installing a high-efficiency pellet boiler. Others involve small […]
Mention the word propane and many people will immediately think of a barbecue grill.
About one million U.S. households use wood pellets to power their heating appliances, enabling their occupants to take advantage of the many benefits that this exceptional alternative fuel source provides.
It’s mid-September, and the leaves are starting to change here in the Finger Lakes area. That can only mean one thing: cooler weather is coming.
Floods have been a real problem for us here in the Finger Lakes area so far in 2018 – a big reason why it’s so important to be prepared for anything as we head into the fall.
If you own a pellet stove, a pellet fireplace insert, or automated pellet boiler and don’t want to deal with pellet bag-handling hassles or pellet run-outs, we’ve got some GREAT news for you.
We’re on the doorstep of September here in the Finger Lakes – which means that cooler weather is just around the corner.
Most Finger Lakes-area homeowners rely on either propane gas or heating oil-fired furnaces or boilers to heat their homes. Both fuels will do the job – and both are considerably better options than electricity for heating your home.