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Top 4 Reasons Why You Need an A/C Tune-Up Every Summer 

With summer right around the corner here on the South Shore, warmer weather will be here before you know it. Soon you’ll have to kick on your A/C to keep you cool. With Earth Day this month, ways to go green and be more environmentally friendly are on most minds. If you want to do […]

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How Often Should I Replace My Heating System?

With winter well underway in Massachusetts, you may be asking yourself a couple of questions: Is my heater doing a good job? Could it be better? Upgrading your heating system with a high-efficiency replacement comes with several advantages, including lower heating bills and cleaner indoor air. So, when exactly is the ideal time to replace […]

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Manage Your Thermostat & Save Energy in MA

With the winter season just getting started, we can expect it to get colder than cold. You know that these sub-freezing temperatures in Massachusetts can cause a spike in energy bills throughout the heating season. A key ingredient to keeping energy bills low during the winter is managing your thermostat properly. Keep reading to learn […]

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Get Your Massachusetts Home Ready for Winter

Happy November! The holidays are right around the corner, and cold temperatures are sure to come along with them. With that in mind, consider if your Massachusetts home heating system is ready for the cold weather ahead. If preparation of your property for the snowy season is in full swing, trust your Ken Duval Oil […]

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How to Check Your A/C’s Efficiency

Living in New England, a region known for its four seasons, you know the summers can get pretty warm. You definitely want to take advantage of the luxury of having an A/C system in your home. You want to make sure fairly often that your air conditioner operates as it should to keep you cool. […]

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Summer Energy-Saving Tips

The days are really heating up here in Abington! We all look forward to the spring and summer seasons in New England after the long, cold, and snowy winters. Nothing beats a day at the beach or a summer hike at your favorite park. When the hot seasons roll around, you’re probably also thinking about […]

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