Think pollution is only outside your home? Think again.
The truth is the air in your home typically contains anywhere from three to five times as many pollutants as outdoor air – and sometimes significantly more than that. Those are scary numbers considering that you inhale about 15,000 quarts of indoor air every day.
As we enter Connecticut’s hottest time of the year, you’ll be running your AC through its paces – and with all that hard work can come some problems.
Choosing between a central air conditioner and a heat pump is an important home comfort decision – one that depends greatly on your needs and home.
If you’re like most people in the US, you’ll spend as much as 20 percent of your annual energy bill cooling your house. But with a little planning, you can cut those costs significantly.
If you’re ready to buy a new central air conditioner for your home – and if your current unit is more than 15 years old, we recommend that you do – you’re going to run into an alphabet soup of acronyms along the way.
Because of plunging oil prices, most Jennings Oil customers have been saving money on heating costs over the past two years, whether they chose to pay our daily posted price or enrolled in our price…
One of the most serious problems you can encounter is a build-up of carbon monoxide (CO) in your home. The risk increases significantly during the winter heating season.
Everyone wants to save money on heat, but sometimes, people go to extremes and put their safety in jeopardy. Please follow these tips from our service department so you can avoid household hazards…
More people are using their oil boilers not only to heat their homes, but to produce domestic hot water too. That means hot water for sinks, tubs, showers, washing machines, etc.
With fall quickly fading away and the holiday season now upon us, it won’t be long before winter is in full swing. Will you be prepared if Fairfield, Litchfield and New Haven counties get locked into weeks of bitter cold weather the way we did last year?