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Don’t Get Left in the Cold This Winter

Help us serve you better this winter! Falmouth Energy always works hard to keep you prepared for the seasons, but if you’d like to be even more ready, follow these simple tips. They will help keep you and your MA home ready for whatever Mother Nature throws at us this year! Three Steps to a […]

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Protect Your Oil Tank from the Summer Heat

While you’re enjoying your summer days by the pool or at the beach with friends and family, your fuel tank might be sitting at home slowly corroding from the heat and humidity. Most homeowners don’t realize that this damage caused by summer weather can lead to costly leaks or early tank replacement. Here are a […]

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What You Need to Know about Automatic Oil Delivery

If you keep your Cape home warm with reliable heating oil, you probably already have heard about the valuable benefits of automatic delivery. But do you really know the ins and outs? Find out the major differences between automatic delivery and will call and why so many MA homeowners choose to leave their fuel supply […]

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5 Reasons to Choose a Full-Service Energy Provider

Finding the right energy supplier on the Cape can be tricky, to say the least. There are many questions to consider when comparing one company to another. What are customers saying about their experiences? Are they competitively priced? What types of services are available? And most importantly, what value will I get for my money? […]

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Discover the Benefits of Bioheat® Fuel

The heating season is almost here! These past few weeks have brought a surprise bout of warm weather to the Cape, but we all know that cold temperatures aren’t far away. How are you heating your Massachusetts home this winter? Falmouth Energy customers can stay warm with sustainable Bioheat® fuel without breaking the bank. When […]

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4 Reasons to Sign up for Automatic Delivery

Fall has arrived on Cape Cod, which means MA homeowners are gearing up for another New England winter. Now is the ideal time to start prepping your home for the heating season. Most autumn to-do lists include scheduling a heating tune-up, sealing up drafts, unpacking cold weather clothes, and stocking up for football Sunday. But […]

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