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Adjusting to Technology – Programmable Thermostats

Adjusting to Technology – Programmable Thermostats

It hangs on the wall, and you may adjust the temperature in your home by pressing the arrow buttons up or down … but today’s thermostats can do so much more!  They can save energy and adjust the indoor temperature of your home automatically to provide the right...
Is Your Heating System Making You Ill?

Is Your Heating System Making You Ill?

One thing is for sure.  If your ducts and vents are not cleaned of the dust and debris that can collect there, it can make you sick.  The area inside the vents can become a culture for germs that then get circulated throughout your home. Being sure to have your ducts...
Most Common Furnace Problems

Most Common Furnace Problems

October in New England can bring early cold temperatures and winter storms, despite the hope for an Indian Summer. Your heating system needs to be tip-top shape, ready for whatever Mother Nature throws at us. Here are some of the most common problems your furnace or...
Three Timely Reminders for Fall

Three Timely Reminders for Fall

If you have a tankless water heater, you should flush it out once a year.  A full flush cleanout can help reduce sediment.  It’s easy to do.  Call Nashoba Air & BoilerWorks if you need assistance. If you are thinking of getting a generator this year, don’t delay. ...
How do I change my air filter?

How do I change my air filter?

Whether you are a new or first-time homeowner, recently installed a new system or are responsible for your system for the very first time, a dirty filter will shut your heater down! Set a reminder for yourself, maybe when you do your bills, to check & change your...
Whole-Home Surge Protectors – Keep Your Electronics Safe

Whole-Home Surge Protectors – Keep Your Electronics Safe

What is a Power Surge? A power surge is a spike in your home’s electrical current that causes an increase in electrical potential energy, which can cause damage to your wall outlet and your electronics.  The most common source of power surges is from lightning...