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Benefits of Oil Heat

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In addition to being among the most popular heating fuels in Delaware and Maryland, oil heat is one of the safest, most efficient heating fuels available. Fuel oil is very stable and non-explosive, with a higher BTU content per gallon …

Have You Inspected Your Sump Pump?

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With the heavy rain and snow we tend to get along the Delmarva during the winter, a sump pump is basically essential if you want to keep your home safe from mold and water damage. So with that in mind, …

Is It Time To Replace Your Water Heater?

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Your water heater is one of the most important things in your home. And it does a lot more than you might think! From hot showers and sinks to your washing machine and dishwasher, your water heater is one of …

What to Do When the Heat Goes Out

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At Peninsula, we pride ourselves on being able to provide some of the best heating services on the Delmarva peninsula. But we’re all familiar with those big snow storms that knock out the power, and with it, the heat! And …

8 Signs Your Furnace Is About To Break Down

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With winter fast approaching, now is a perfect time to take a look at your furnace and decide if it’s going to last you another year. Furnace replacement can be costly, but let us tell you—having an energy efficient furnace …

Garbage Disposal Do’s and Don’ts

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Having a garbage disposal is extremely convenient, but if you don’t take proper care to maintain it, you could run into some problems! Contrary to popular belief, garbage disposals are not designed to just chew up anything you put down …

What to Do if Your Water Heater Is Leaking

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A leaking water heater can be much more than an inconvenience—if left untended, it can be extremely dangerous! Signs Your Water Heater Is Leaking Some water heater leaks will be easily visible, with water spraying out of a valve or …

How to Tell if Something Is Wrong with Your Water Line

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Did you know that as a homeowner, you are usually responsible for the condition of the water line leading from the water meter to the street? This is what’s referred to as the water main, and while they are designed …

Gas Furnace Troubleshooting—the Basics

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Your gas furnace is designed to run largely problem free for about 10 – 15 years. That said, there are a few things that can go wrong with your furnace that can cause your home to be less comfortable. Some …

How to Change Your Furnace Filters

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Has everyone been enjoying the beautiful (if a little bit cloudy) weather? The temperatures are finally dropping a little bit, but we have reason to believe that they’re not going to stop dropping for a while. For that reason, we’re …


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