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Spring: The perfect time for a heating system upgrade

spring flowersWinter 2018/2019 will soon come to an end here in southern Maine and New Hampshire (believe it or not), which means that in the not-too-distant future you can put your heating system out of your mind for a few months and focus on improving your putting – or working on your tan.

But not so fast: temperatures can still dip into the 40s in our service area well into May, which means you will be calling on your furnace or boiler to do its job for at least another couple of months.

If you know your heating equipment is on its last legs this year and plan to upgrade in the fall, why not take advantage of the slow spring installation season and get yourself into a new, high-efficiency heating system right now? Spring is often the best time of the year to buy quality heating equipment, with great manufacturer’s incentives, flexible appointment times, and (if you’re lucky!) some tax money coming in.

Replace your old heating oil– or propane-fired heating equipment with a new, high-efficiency system and you will notice an instant drop in your monthly energy bills – as much as 30 percent if your former system was old or improperly maintained. You will be more comfortable, too, thanks to a better performing system that heats more quickly and evenly than your old equipment.

When you’re ready to shop for a new heating system, our heating experts will help you find an option that works for your home and budget, then install it quickly, neatly, and correctly (the first time!) so you can get back to enjoying your cozy NH or MA home.

Planning a heating system upgrade for winter 2019/2020? Do it now and save on energy bills right away! Contact P. Gagnon & Son today to get a FREE, no obligation heating system estimate.

P. Gagnon & Son – your heating oil, propane and heating contractor of choice of South Berwick, Sanford, York, Dover, Durham, Hampton, Rochester and surrounding towns in Southern Maine and Seacoast New Hampshire.