We are here to take care of all your Comfort Needs.

We are here to take care of all your Comfort Needs.

We want to assure you that we’re here to take care of all your comfort needs and our employees are up to the challenge. We’re screening our employees daily, and have implemented safe ways to have your work done.

Our Customer Service Representatives are available to answer your questions about price protection, electronic payment options, paperless billing, and accessing your account through Online Account Access.

Our Technicians are here to provide emergency service and to answer critical calls. Please feel free to call us with your questions or concerns and we can help you determine if you require immediate service, or if the work can be scheduled for a later date.

Our Drivers are on the road, safely delivering your heating fuel and propane. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to see if there is something we can do to help make life a little easier.

We will get through this together, and we want you to be as comfortable as possible. Be safe!

Spring weather means green lawns,flowers…and power outages?

Self-isolating indoors has been difficult enough, but the Spring weather has been giving us a challenge too. Wet heavy snow and torrential rains recently contributed to regional and statewide power outages. You shouldn’t have to do without power, too. Plus, given our current situation, having a generator is important now more than ever. You can rely on a propane-powered generator to get you through the thunderstorm season. Whether you are considering getting a whole house generator or already have one that needs maintenance.

From estimates, installations and maintenance, contact AFC to see how we can best serve you.

Indoor Air Quality Options

Our indoor environment has a great impact on our health. We spend much of our days indoors, so it is important to have clean, healthy air to breathe in our homes and offices.

AFC offers iWave Air Purifiers that can easily and quickly be incorporated with heat pumps or conventional cooling and warm air systems for residential and light commercial settings. The iWave units are extremely economical to install and require little maintenance to keep your indoor environment clean and healthy.

Give us a call to see what your options are and to get a free estimate.

Some good advice for when the temperatures go down.

As we have seen on the news, most of this country will be experiencing a blast from the Polar Vortex and there will be plunging temperatures across most of the United States. 32 states are expected to be feeling some effect of this weather event. Most will experience temperatures and wind chills that the homes’ heating systems are NOT designed for.

Newer homes may struggle to maintain temperature and older homes most likely will NOT maintain temperature and the temperature WILL drop while the heating system is working at full capacity.

Here are some general suggestions for when the temperatures go well below normal levels:

1. You can raise the temperature in your home by 2 to 4 degrees above your normal setting. Take all programmable thermostats out of setback mode and set on a permanent HOLD until the weather and cold temperatures get back to a more normal level.

2. If you have a furnace; replace the filter.

3. Keep garage doors closed and limit opening exterior doors.

4. Make sure air vents and radiators are not blocked or obstructed.

5. If you have a 90%+ furnace and boiler: You must keep the intake and exhaust clear of ice and snow. During these cold temperatures, ice can build up. A 90%+ furnace and boiler have 2 white PVC pipes; an exhaust pipe and an intake pipe that are generally on the side or back of your home. In some instances, they are on your roof, do NOT go on your roof to clear the pipe.

If the temperature in your home is dropping and your radiators are HOT with boiler systems or you have HOT air coming out of your vents with furnaces DO NOT PANIC. Please make sure that your heating system continues to operate. If the temperatures drop in your home, it will not be able to recover until temperatures rise and the wind-chill diminishes. Most heating systems are sized to operate at 0 degrees outdoor. Put your thermostat on hold 70 degrees or higher.

To help minimize temperature loss you can boil water, make soup, or stews; they help introduce humidity and warmer temperatures into your home.

DO NOT USE YOUR OVEN or a GRILL TO HEAT YOUR HOME.

Please check on neighbors and elderly residents during any extreme temperatures. Stay warm and safe and share this information with any of your family and friends.

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