If you own an oil-fired furnace or boiler and have been looking for a more eco-friendly way to heat your Connecticut home this fall and winter, guess what: you already have it.
If you have been looking for a way to shrink your home’s carbon footprint but have been hesitant to convert your heating oil system to natural gas or propane, you’re in luck…
When you think of allergies, you probably think of springtime – unless you’re an allergy sufferer, in which case you probably know all too well that the air can be just as bad in the fall.
Managing the temperature of your Connecticut home with a programmable thermostat is one of the easiest ways we know to cut your energy costs…
If you’re thinking about buying a new propane tank for your Connecticut home, we have a recommendation for you:
Don’t do it.
Summer is in full swing here in the New Haven area, which means our air conditioners are working overtime to keep us cool – and you’re paying for every minute of that overtime.
Are you happy with the service you’re getting from Jennings Oil? Why not Refer a Friend and get and account credit for each of you on a future heating oil delivery bill?
It may be tempting to skip annual maintenance for your home air conditioning system this year – especially if everything seems to be working normally after a brief test run this spring.
Today’s high-efficiency central air conditioners and heat pumps can be great cooling solutions for your home – but how do you know which system is right for you?
If you’ve ever worn sunblock, then you’ve probably at least heard of ultraviolet (UV) light – an invisible (to us, anyway) wavelength that can cause skin cancer and blindness in humans if exposure to it is high enough.