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What Is a Heating Tune-Up & Why Every Cape Cod Home Needs One

September 19, 2023

Fall weather has arrived on Cape Cod, which means that winter is right around the corner. As New Englanders, we all know that the temperatures here can get brutally cold, which means your home needs to be ready for the changing seasons. An annual tune-up for your heating system is highly recommended to help protect […]

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How to Prepare for Your Next Cape Cod Heating Oil Delivery

December 8, 2022

In the Cape Cod area, we all know exactly how bad winter can get. At Falmouth Energy, we’re New Englanders just like you, and when it comes to snow, ice, and wind, there isn’t much we haven’t seen. To ensure you’re ready for heating season, it’s important to schedule your next heating oil delivery before […]

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Top Ways to Save Energy & Help Out Your Neighbors in Cape Cod This Winter

November 14, 2022

With fall in full swing here in Cape Cod, colder winter weather will be here before we know it! Now is the time to prepare your Massachusetts home for chillier temperatures to maximize your fuel supply and get the most out of your heating system. With these easy tips from Falmouth Energy, you can help […]

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Benefits of Replacing Your Fuel Tank in Massachusetts

October 11, 2022

Home heating oil is a top fuel choice for homeowners in the Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod area—and for good reason! It’s a safe, affordable, abundant fuel, and recent advancements are making it more eco-conscious than ever. Just like with any home heating fuel, it’s critical to be aware of your heating equipment and, more […]

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Top Reasons Why You Need a Heating System Tune-Up Every Year

September 13, 2022

Cold weather will be here on Cape Cod before you know it. As a homeowner in Massachusetts, you know how quickly warm temperatures fade away. One thing that should definitely be included in your busy to-do list for fall is scheduling your heating system’s annual tune-up. When our New England temperatures start to drop, you […]

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Why Every Oil Tank Owner Needs Insurance

August 9, 2022

Did you know that many Cape Cod homeowner insurance policies don’t cover your oil tank? This could be a bit alarming considering how much you depend on your oil tank for warmth and comfort throughout the cold season. Taking care of your tank should be a priority for every homeowner and with regular inspections. However, […]

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Ease the Cost of Heating Oil with a Budget Plan

July 5, 2022

Here at Falmouth Energy, our priority is keeping you comfortable at a cost that works for your home comfort budget. If you’ve recently ordered heating oil for your tank or filled your car with gas, you know the cost of fuel is high right now. We want to let you know that we are doing […]

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3 Benefits of Topping Off Your MA Home’s Oil Tank This Summer

June 1, 2022

Your oil tank worked hard all winter to keep your Southeastern Massachusetts home warm and cozy, and now that summer has begun and the weather has warmed, it’s getting a well-deserved rest. However, just because your tank is not in constant use this season doesn’t mean it should be out of mind. Our experts here […]

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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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