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Top 5 Tips to Save Energy this Winter in Massachusetts

As the days get colder in Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod we often spend more time indoors, hosting guests, cozying up by the fire, and watching our favorite holiday movies. And more time inside means it’s an opportune moment to think about how to save energy and save money on your energy bills. Keep reading […]

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Benefits of Replacing Your Fuel Tank in Massachusetts

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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Ease the Cost of Heating Oil with a Budget Plan

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

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?

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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Recommended Thermostat Setting for MA Residents in the Winter

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. Energy.gov 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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4 Tips to Prepare Your Massachusetts Home for Winter

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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5 Summer Energy-Saving Tips

Summer is finally here, and the Fourth of July is right around the corner. The temperature is really starting to go up on Cape Cod, and soon the days will be sweltering hot. Summer in New England comes with a lot of perks. Lush foliage, beach days, holiday cookouts with family and friends, and more. […]

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How to Save Energy at Home This Spring

It’s been a long, hard, cold winter here in Massachusetts, but spring has finally sprung, and we get to look forward to new greenery and warmer weather. Now is the perfect time to prepare your home for the spring and summer seasons before the heat really sets in. You might be wondering what the best […]

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