We are in the heart of winter, and with these cold temperatures, you might consider these extra measures to help keep your home warm and safe. Make sure you have fuel and consider a back-up heat source or generator. Automatic Delivery: Being on automatic delivery means we will not let you run … [Read more...] about Hot Tips for Extreme Cold
What are biofuels? Biofuels are fuels derived from biological materials. The use of biological material (biomass) as an energy source is not new. After all, wood is a biological material and campfires go back tens of thousands of years. The difference between biofuels and fossil fuels is that … [Read more...] about Biofuels – an evolving answer to our clean energy needs
Weather forecasts have come a long way from the weatherman of the 1970s, who was lucky to get the 3-day forecast correct. Today, with the input of many data points around the globe and many online weather services, anyone can access a great 10-day forecast. In our business, we look at the … [Read more...] about Winter Weather Predictions Vary
Cooler temperatures are on the way and in some chilly spots, the leaves are already donning some bright colors. It may be hard to say goodbye to Summer and embrace readiness for Fall and Winter weather, but paying attention now could save you costly repairs and aggravation later, not to mention … [Read more...] about Time to get ready for the heating season!
Remember the story of the Ant and the Grasshopper? The Ant planned for winter and saved up for a comfortable and secure year ahead. The Grasshopper put everything off, and suffered dearly for his lack of planning and effort. Price Program customers have something in common with the Ant, for … [Read more...] about Price Programs help you Prepare
While there was snow in the yard this morning, it won’t be long before we turn to cooling our homes instead of heating them. With that in mind, here are some tips to manage your air conditioner for best efficiency. Each degree above 75°F that you set your air conditioner’s thermostat saves … [Read more...] about Keep Cool this Summer
Heat pumps are not a new technology. In fact, you have to travel back to 1852, when William Thomson established the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics – a new branch of Physics. Thermodynamics studies heat and temperature, and their relationship with energy and matter. Naturally, he would … [Read more...] about Heat Pumps bring Efficiency and Value