Heating Services

We Keep Our Customers Comfortable with Reliable Gas & Propane Heating Furnace Repair, Maintenance, & Installation! Western Massachusetts winters can be harsh! Keeping your home warm and cozy throughout the season can be challenging without paying a hefty price. We Service Propane and Gas heaters throughout Western MA to ensure they run efficiently. If your furnace uses too much fuel and energy to keep your home warm, you may want to consider replacing your furnace sooner, as new models have more powerful and energy-efficient features.

Propane heaters: A propane heater is an efficient way to ensure you stay warm. They use liquid propane for fuel and have a thermostat control so you can control how much heat it puts out.

Gas heaters: These tend to be more powerful than other types of space heaters, but they are also the most expensive type of heater in terms of energy costs. You’ll want to run them at night when the temperatures outside are at their lowest or during power outages in case your electricity goes out during the day when everyone else wants it to!

Also as important is your air quality. Air quality is essential in every room where people spend time together! Our air quality specialists recommend using air cleaners whenever possible, especially if someone has allergies or asthma.


HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. HVAC systems are used in residential and commercial buildings to provide heating and cooling.

There are three main types of HVAC systems: split systems (the most common), heat pumps, and air conditioning units. These can be powered by electricity or fossil fuels such as natural gas or propane.

Ensure you are prepared for all weather this winter.

  • Check your heating system. Make sure it’s in good working order and you have enough fuel to run through the coldest days of the season.

  • Check your air filter. If you don’t know when it was last changed, do so now! A dirty air filter can reduce the efficiency of your heating system by as much as 30 percent or more, so make sure yours are clean before turning on any heat sources.

  • Check your roof, windows, and doors for leaks that allow cold air into the house (especially important if you live in an older home). While you’re at it, check all electrical outlets, especially water heaters, to ensure no moisture has gotten into them over time through cracks in drywall or basement floors where they can’t be seen easily while standing above ground level.

We are proud to have been in business for over 35 years and look forward to continuing as New England’s premier heating company. We hope this article has given you some insight into our services, and we look forward to working with you in the future!