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Mass Save Rebates Are Back for 2020!

April 27, 2020

h2>Save big on installing new, high-efficiency equipment this season If you have been thinking about upgrading your home’s heating equipment, this is your lucky day! That’s because the Mass Save 2020 rebates have been released, and you have a great opportunity to save money while adding quality, energy-efficient home heating and comfort equipment to your […]

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Heater Maintenance & Repairs: Servicing Sooner Is Better Than Later

April 20, 2020

Check out Frank Lamparelli’s on-going equipment specials, too! Spring is in full swing here on the South Shore and many of us are glad to finally put winter, as mild as it may have been, in the rearview mirror. But there’s one more thing you should do: Plan to have your home’s heating system get […]

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Earth Day: Improve The Health Of The Planet With Bioheat

April 13, 2020

Be proud of how you heat your home Earth Day is coming on April 22, 2020. And it’s a big one. This year is the 50th annual Earth Day! On that first Earth Day fifty years ago, vehicles were not only inefficient when it came to fuel economy, they also ran on leaded gasoline. There […]

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What Is A Mini-split? Does My Home Need One?

April 7, 2020

We hope that you have been able to get outside and enjoy the spring weather for as much as possible despite the current #StayHome situation. In the meantime though, we will still prepare for the even warmer weather to look forward to here on the South Shore, as the summer season gets closer with each […]

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Manage Your Frank Lamparelli Account from Anywhere!

March 30, 2020

An online account makes your life easier A lot of paper comes into our homes each week. From catalogs to mailings from political candidates to flyers from local restaurants to bills, it piles up over the week and not much of it sparks joy. Well, we have a great way to reduce that mountain of […]

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History of Oil Refining, and What the Future Holds

March 23, 2020

Where it all began The Chinese did the first known refining of oil in the first century. In the first millennium A.D., oil refining also was being done in the Middle East, with tar from the oil fields nearby paving the streets of Baghdad. What is known as the modern era of oil refining started […]

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Furnace Cycling: Why Does It Do That?

March 16, 2020

What it is, and how to control it What is furnace cycling? Furnace cycling is when your furnace turns on and off frequently for short periods, but doesn’t reach the set temperature on the thermostat. Because it keeps turning on and off, your furnace is likely using more energy in operation. That means higher energy […]

Safety Tips For Your Home: Spring And Year Round

March 13, 2020

Protect your family and property While winter is giving way to spring soon, and keeping our South Shore homes warm and comfortable is a top priority. With that, we also have to put safety first in doing so. We’ve put together some tips — including some that apply year-round — so you can keep your […]

What Does Net-zero Carbon Emissions by 2050 Mean for my Heating System?

February 24, 2020

Around the world, nations and global industries are coming up with plans to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by the year 2050. The heating oil industry is a part of that. The New England Fuel Institute announced its goal for net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 at last year’s Heat and Energizing America Trade Show in Rhode […]

Carbon Monoxide Safety, Poisoning, and Detection: Know the Facts

How to protect your family and your home Winter is the peak season when it comes to carbon monoxide poisoning, because people are using their home’s heating system, space heaters, and burning fires in their fireplaces. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 20,000 people go to the emergency room, 4,000 people are […]