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4 Reasons Why MA Homeowners Need an A/C Service Plan

May 1, 2022

Temperatures are on the upswing in Southern Massachusetts and Cape Cod, and you and your family might be gearing up for a summer of swimming, outdoor barbeques, and trips to the local ice cream shop. Another thing to consider to maximize your fun and comfort this summer is enrolling in a Falmouth Energy Cooling Service […]

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Top Reasons to Install a Ductless Mini-Split A/C

April 7, 2022

The seasons are changing and soon the hottest days of summer will be just around the corner. There’s no denying the expense, inconvenience, and outdatedness of window units. If you’re a Cape Cod homeowner, and your home doesn’t have ductwork that could be used for central air conditioning, then you may be thinking that an […]

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When Should I Schedule My A/C Tune-Up?

March 10, 2022

With spring upon us and warmer weather right around the corner here in Massachusetts, you’ll soon be kicking on your air conditioner to keep cool during the warmer months. Just like your heating system, your A/C needs a tune-up every year, so you may be wondering when the best time to get your annual A/C […]

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The Perks of Full-Service Energy Providers on Cape Cod

February 14, 2022

When the temperature dips low during our Cape Cod winters, you want a company you can depend on to repair and maintain your heating system—and if they could also be your fuel provider, that would be great. At Falmouth Energy, we do it all. As your number-one full-service provider on the Cape, we’re here to […]

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Does the Heating System in Your MA Home Need an Upgrade?

January 5, 2022

It’s the middle of winter in Southern Massachusetts, and your home heating equipment is likely working hard to keep you cozy; however, have you ever wondered if you’re maximizing your household spending budget? Your heating system affects how much money you have left in your pockets each month, and upgrading to a high-efficiency heating system […]

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4 Ways to Help Avoid No-Heat Emergencies in Massachusetts

December 1, 2021

The darker days and colder temperatures of winter make many of us wish we could fast forward to summer; however, a benefit of moving indoors as the temperature drops is spending more quality time at home with our families, and the Falmouth Energy team wants to make sure you and your loved ones stay warm […]

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Recommended Thermostat Setting for MA Residents in the Winter

November 11, 2021

Home heating in Massachusetts during the winter can get expensive, and if you’re like most people, you like to stay warm and cozy during frigid temperatures outside. recommends keeping your thermostat at 68 degrees during the winter and even lowering it 10-15 degrees for at least eight hours a day when you’re away from […]

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5 Benefits of Upgrading Your Furnace or Boiler in MA

October 13, 2021

Here in Massachusetts, fall is in full swing, and winter will be here before you know it. We know all of you New Englanders are bracing yourselves for another long, snowy winter! Have you considered how you’ll keep your home comfortable and cozy through the cold? Now–before the season changes–is the perfect time to upgrade […]

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4 Tips to Prepare Your Massachusetts Home for Winter

September 27, 2021

In Southeastern Massachusetts and on Cape Cod, those of us who live here year-round are starting to unpack coats, hats, mittens, and snow shovels from the basement or attic. After all, preparing for winters on the East Coast is easier if you start early. Readying your home for winter doesn’t have to be a complicated […]

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Why Pet Owners Should Regularly Clean Their A/C Ducts

September 1, 2021

Living on Cape Cod, there’s nothing better than that crisp, cool, clean air. When you spend time in your home, the last thing you want is air full of dust, dander, and the lingering scent of your pet. Air is the number one human necessity. We need clean air to live and breathe healthy lives. […]

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