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June is here, and summer is just on the horizon! Along with the picnics, BBQs and beach days, the rest of our time will still be spent at home, trying to escape the summer heat: Is your home or commercial air conditioning unit adequately prepared for the heat? Basic Maintenance & Best Practices If you…Read More
May is around the corner, and most of us have yet to complete our spring cleaning. We often associate this “cleaning” with housework, organizing, and a deep-clean, but it is also a perfect time to complete home repairs and maintenance projects. Apart from repairing minor leaks and squeaks, a complete home check for electrical issues…Read More
The best time to prepare for a natural disaster is before it happens. We’re reminded of how true it is, every time we watch the news. It seems there are more natural disasters than ever! We all want to be prepared, but it’s often easier said than done. Putting things off is not ideal, because…Read More
If you’re like us, living up here in the Northeast, you grew up looking forward to wintertime! As a child, maybe you looked forward to snowball fights, snow castles, and a nice break from school. However, as adults, the view of winter may be a little different. Save Yourself Some Winter Work As homeowners, we…Read More
Home energy efficiency is important. And efficiency is key, particularly in the case of a power outage. You may already have a whole home generator installed, and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with it. Additionally, there are some improvements in routing emergency generator power that are worth looking into. Let’s talk about a…Read More
Like many of our valued customers, you may be looking for a whole home electrical generator for a second home in Connecticut. Or, you may be moving from the New York metropolitan, and are wondering about how the difference in Connecticut’s weather may impact your new property. Not only is this a good idea for…Read More
Here in the Northeast, you may have noticed that the approaching winter cold has already set in. What does this mean for your home activities? Obviously, travel for winter vacation is limited for many folks this year, so while you might not be making it to the islands this season, you may be enjoying an…Read More
We’ve considered the importance of having a reliable whole home generator for your house in CT, especially if the home is left unattended for long periods of time. But what if you already own a portable generator and want a safe and convenient way to be able to connect it to your home? The main concerns…Read More
Were you one of the 800,000+ people that lost power in Connecticut in the wake of hurricane Isaias this month? If so, your family may have seen the benefits of having an emergency generator installed for your home. Primetime for Maintenance Work With the changing weather and winter approaching, the fall season is a good…Read More
As the saying goes, “Fortune favors the prepared” This also applies to homeowners who want to take steps now to prepare for the 2020 hurricane season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has said that it’s likely we’ll see “above-normal” activity this year. This is due to multiple factors in the current climate, which…Read More