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From a true wise man…
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Here’s a bit of #MondayMotivation to help get you through the week!
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They are precious, so take back your #Weekend!
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We hope you have a great weekend!
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Looking for something to do this weekend? Head over to Celebrate Holyoke! http://www.celebrateholyokemass.com/
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Why worry this winter? Regular maintenance is the best way to avoid problems when you least want them! #ThursdayThoughts
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Before you know it, summer will be upon us and you’ll be looking for the coldest spot in your home. Whether your place is a small apartment or a sprawling mansion, don’t settle for anything less than what you need to make your home a comfortable retreat from the heat.

Trane Central air conditioners are good for any home, big or small. They operate quietly and efficiently, reaching a maximum decibel level 75dB and minimum 55dB with an SEER ranging from 13 to 22. Trane’s heat pump systems are better suited for smaller apartments or properties that don’t have existing ductwork. These units have SEERs ranging from 14 to 20, and an HSPF up to 10. When purchasing a new air conditioning system, you need to also consider the cost of installation, usage, and the space available both inside and outside your home. Ductless systems may cost more initially, but operating costs can often be less than a central air system. Central air systems take up more space inside the walls, in attics and outside, and require a more invasive installation. Both types of Trane cooling systems offer Climatuff® single-stage, two-stage and variable speed compressors that automatically adjust and maintain fan speed to avoid temperature swings and a SpineFin coil made entirely of aluminum for optimal heat-exchange and efficiency.

Read more about central air and ductless cooling systems and see which one better solves your home comfort needs.
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It’s time to talk about your heating oil storage tank. How long will it last, how will you know if it should be replaced, and how do you protect your wallet in case of a release?
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When you hear us say that the B5 Ultra Blend heating fuel we deliver is better for both your equipment and the earth, we understand that some may consider that standard-issue “marketing-speak.” We understand. The best way to put some substance behind the words is with science, so here are two quick facts: 1) Our B5 Ultra Blend provides critical lubrication properties that enable your equipment to run more reliably and for longer periods of time; 2) our advanced fuel blend burns faster and more completely than traditional heating oil, meaning your burner performs more efficiently and produces fewer harmful emissions. Of course, there’s much more. See our latest blog for a crash course in the science of modern heating fuel!
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Winter in New England can be very unpredictable, but Its very important to plan ahead and remember these tips to make receiving fuel easier!
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