Mass Save® is an initiative sponsored by Massachusetts’ gas and electric utilities and energy efficiency service providers to help homeowners and businesses better manage their energy use and related costs. Mass Save is currently offering a rebate program for many different products including oil, propane, and gas powered boilers.
In many cases, we are able to install an oil to gas burner so that you don’t have to purchase a new boiler. The only way for us to be able to tell you for sure, is if we come to your home and assess the boiler that you currently have. Installing an oil to gas burner can save you thousands of dollars versus the cost of having to install a new boiler. Call us today to schedule an appointment to see if your boiler qualifies.
Not only do we install oil tanks, but yes, we can also remove your old oil tank safely and efficiently. For more information on the process required in removing an underground oil tank, please click here.
Our technicians have the experience with minor to major issues, and can provide you with the proper ways to go about fixing your plumbing issues. If you cannot fix a clog yourself with a plunger or snake, you need to call a professional. If you’re not sure where a leak is coming from, or can’t stop one from occurring, please call us and we can help.
Typical signs of issues with your sewage vary. You may hear your toilet “bubble” or gurgle; this tends to be a common sign of sewage starting to back up. Another early sign is water backing up and coming out of drains. If you have any signs or concerns with your sewer, get it checked ASAP. The earlier you act the better; this will reduce damage and subsequent costs if the issue becomes significant.
A back-flow prevention system is installed to prevent contaminants from entering the drinking water supplies. The system prevents water from backing up the wrong direction. It is necessary to have a back-flow prevention system installed if your sprinkler water comes from the drinking water source. In addition, it is important to have them periodically tested and maintained.
If your toilet is running, you are wasting water. More importantly, it is a symptom of a problem that could be caused by the shut-off level, overflow tube, or flapper not working correctly. If you are unable to stop the toilet from running or you can’t figure out what’s causing it, you should call a professional. This will not only give you peace of mind, but stopping a toilet from constantly running will save you money in unnecessary water bills and may prevent bigger problems that could happen in the future.