Explaining Bio-Diesel: Alternative Fuel Facts & Data

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Biodiesel is one of the few energy sources that utilize recycled cooking oils, plant oils, and animal fats as an alternative fuel. This source of fuel eliminates the need for diesel fuel that derived from petroleum. Moreover, due to its nature, it provides a source of energy security in the future.

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Bioheat® vs. Regular Heating Oil, What You Need To Know

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Homeowners who use fuel oil can now choose to utilize an environmentally-friendly heating oil made from a blend of Ultra-low Sulfur Heating Oil (ULSHO) and biodiesel. At Hart Home Comfort, we deliver our version of Bioheat® called EcoBlend Bioheat® heating oil to our customers. This way, you can get only the most environmentally-friendly heating oil.

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What To Expect During Your Home HVAC Installation

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Most American houses have some type of heating and air conditioning equipment to regulate indoor temperatures. Therefore, you should invest in a quality heating and cooling system, as well as a reputable HVAC contractor, to install the system on your property. In this article, we’ll go over what you can anticipate throughout your HVAC installation.

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Net Zero Emissions: What You Need To Know

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Climate change is a reality that cannot be denied. The effects are plain to see: rising global temperatures, melting polar ice caps, changing weather patterns, an increase in sea level, and heavier downpours. Conscious businesses, Like Hart Home Comfort, are doing their part by delivering EcoBlend to reduce carbon emissions.

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How Do Ductless Air Conditioners Work?

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As the name implies, ductless air conditioners do not require ducts, unlike central air conditioners. However, much like central cooling systems, ductless systems suck in warm air and moisture and pushes them outdoors. This article discusses how ductless air conditioning units work and some of the differences between central and ductless systems.

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Types Of Sustainable Energy Sources For Homes

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The U.S. needs to move towards sources of sustainable energy for carbon footprint reduction. One of the ultimate goals is to fuel homes with sustainable energy. This article includes a discussion on a definition of sustainable energy, types of sustainable energy sources, and how Hart Home Comfort can help reduce your carbon footprint.

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What Can A Variable-Speed Furnace Do For Me?

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Variable-speed furnaces and other modern furnace types feature a variety of innovative technological advancements that enable them to deliver superior levels of energy efficiency and indoor comfort. Thus, if you’re currently shopping for a new furnace for your home, one of the best options to consider is a variable-speed furnace.

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Biofuels: Making Energy Out Of Plants

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Biofuels, fuel derived from plants, show great promise for the future of energy. This kind of fuel is renewable, so it can be produced repeatedly. It also does not harm the environment, making it a safe option in protecting the Earth from further damage. Click the link below to read more on this topic.

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What Is That Whistling Sound During An Oil Delivery?

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Anyone who is new to oil heating will likely wonder about the unfamiliar process of filling your oil tank. After your first oil delivery, there might be some things that have you curious. For example, you will hear a whistling noise. Read this article to explore the importance of this whistle during an oil delivery.

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What Does AFUE Rating Really Mean?

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Energy Star estimates that almost 50% of your total energy costs come from your heating and cooling system. With heating systems, it is important that you understand how AFUE works because it has a direct impact on your energy consumption and ultimately, your energy bills. This article takes a closer look at the AFUE rating.

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