This summer has been a challenging one for all of us, but here in Long Island things are slowly starting to open.
Diesel engine failure is one of the biggest reasons for emergency rescue on marine vessels here in Long Island.
If you own a central air conditioner, it’s important to check your filters often – at least once a month during peak cooling season – and to change disposable filters when they’re dirty.
It looks like we’re going to be continuing to spend more time than usual at home this summer, which means two things: first, that your air conditioner will be working overtime, and second, that your energy bills will remind you of that fact.
If you’ve been thinking there’s a better way to cool your house this summer than to drag those old, heavy window air conditioners down from the attic, you’re right: a mini-split system is a much smarter cooling solution for your eastern Long Island home.
Professional maintenance is a key to keeping your home cooling system healthy – and whether you want to prevent problems or simply want to keep your current system in top shape, you’re probably going to need it every year.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, you can save about 10 percent on your energy bills just by using your programmable thermostat properly.
Planning to leave your full-time home to shelter-in-place in a second eastern LI home in the coming weeks? Make sure to take care of both properties.
Need assistance? Contact Burt’s Reliable – we can help!
During stressful times like these, a little predictability can go a long way – especially when it comes to our money and home comfort.
That’s why Burt’s Reliable created its E-Z Pay Plan in the first place.
If you are having trouble paying for your heating oil deliveries during this challenging time – or anticipate that you will have problems with your cooling system bills in the coming months – help is available through the federally-funded Home Energy Assistance Program.