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Combination Boilers

How Combination Boilers Work Simultaneous delivery of hot water and home heating without disruption Servo-based bypass control for precision domestic hot water (DHW) temperature control The Best of Both Worlds The perfect combination of reliability, technology and performance in one compact unit, a Rinnai I-Series condensing boiler can serve your home heating needs alone or can be combined with a tankless water heater for a dual-purpose home and water heating system. You can get 18 months financing with ZERO Interest! … Continue reading “Combination Boilers”

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Winterizing Your Mobile Home

How to Winterize Plumbing Pipes Winterizing plumbing pipes is a process that prepares household plumbing for freezing temperatures that can cause leaks and breaks in the home. When water freezes, it expands as it becomes ice. This expansion produces pressure within pipes which causes damage. Winterizing plumbing is recommended when a house will be vacant for a long period of time and no water will be running through the pipes. The winterizing process involves emptying the water heater, draining all … Continue reading “Winterizing Your Mobile Home”

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Radiant Flooring

Radiant heating systems supply heat directly to the floor or to panels in the wall or ceiling of a house. The systems depend largely on radiant heat transfer — the delivery of heat directly from the hot surface to the people and objects in the room via infrared radiation. Radiant heating is the effect you feel when you can feel the warmth of a hot stove-top element from across the room. When radiant heating is located in the floor, it … Continue reading “Radiant Flooring”

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Preparing for Winter

Start with your heating system The typical New England household will spend around $3000 to heat their home this winter. There are a lot of things you and your family can do right now to reduce those heating bills as much as 20 percent or more with simple actions that don’t cost too much. Lower your thermostat Every degree you lower the thermostat reduces your fuel costs by about two percent. Keeping your home at 68 degrees in the winter, … Continue reading “Preparing for Winter”