If you read this blog, you probably know how we feel about routine maintenance for your home heating system – and you might even know that about 80 percent of the most expensive home heating repairs could be avoided by simply getting a professional tune-up every year.
Want a more environmentally friendly way to keep your Seacoast-area home warm this heating season?
Guess what: You already have it.
If you buy your heating oil from us but get your propane deliveries from another supplier (or vice-versa), why not simplify your life by making P. Gagnon & Son your two-fuel provider?
You can’t make it as a business for more than 11 decades without having some of the most loyal customers around. Thankfully, we do.
You wouldn’t leave your window open in the middle of winter, would you? You could be doing just that if you don’t take steps to weatherize your Seacoast-area home.
Some people like to yearn for the “good old days,” when things were built to last. Take furnaces, example: an old fashioned “gravity furnace” in your grandmother’s house might have lasted 50 years or more back in the day.
Most people don’t want to think about managing their heating oil or propane supply –and no one wants to deal with the consequences of running out of fuel in the dead of a Seacoast winter.
You can use clean, green propane for so many things around your home – it can cook your meals, heat your water, even light your fire pit.
Cooler weather is on the way to the Seacoast area – which means that the season’s first heating bill won’t be far behind.
The Seacoast fall and winter can be unpredictable, to say the least – which means we have to do a little extra to be ready for whatever Mother Nature might throw at us.