Services to Warm up to

Posted on January 22, 2019

New England homeowners are used to freezing cold winters, but this year we’re seeing lower-than-normal temperatures, breaking record minimum high temperatures on Monday, January 21 with 10 degrees in Boston (12 degrees was the record in 1985) 4 degrees in Hartford (8 degrees in 1985) and 1 degree in Worcester (again, 8 degrees in 1985). With these …


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Automation Makes Winter More Tolerable

Posted on January 8, 2019

We have automatic starters in cars to avoid sitting outside in the cold, why not apply that same logic to your home? With North Shore Fuel’s Connected Home, you can! Not only does it help keep you from sitting in the cold when you get home from a long day at work, it helps protect your home and saves you on energy costs.


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Is Your Furnace Ready for Snow?

Posted on December 27, 2018

It’s been predicted that this winter will be an exceptionally snowy one, so it’s a safe bet that your furnace will be putting in long hours for the next few months.


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