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Now you’re cooking with gas!

In today’s world there are so many gadgets and appliances that we take for granted: we flick a switch and a light comes on; tap an icon and an email appears; press a button on the remote and the TV is on! From time to time, though, I stop and wonder: how does that happen? Yesterday, while cooking dinner for …

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24-Hour Service, Why We Should All Have It

Picture a scene: You just got home, it’s late on a Friday and you’ve had a long hard week at work. It’s cold out, there’s no snow yet but there’s plenty of ice and a stiff wind blowing. You walk up the steps, open the door, close it firmly behind you and sigh contentedly. You peel off your hat, gloves, …

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Are You Ready for the Next Power Outage?

There’s a lot of fun to be had in a New England winter: snowmen, skiing, pond skating, hot cider, pumpkin pie, wood fires…everyone has their favorites. But there are also the harder aspects of winter, not least the threat of a severe storm that brings down trees and power lines and results in power outages up and down the region. …

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How to Read a Propane Tank Gauge

Propane is delivered and stored as a liquid. However, propane boils at a temperature of -44°F, so inside the truck and tank that liquid is boiling and turning to vapor (or gas). Propane gas has a greater volume than propane liquid and so requires more space to contain it. Because of this, a propane tank is never filled to 100% …

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Thermostats, So Small, So Important

There are multiple thermostats in every home, they’re in use for at least half the year, and if you have air conditioning as well as heat, you’re using them year round. They’re essential to modern living and yet are overlooked and underappreciated until something goes wrong. In short, the humble thermostat is one of the least valued, but most important …

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What Can Propane Be Used For?

For a long time most people only used propane when they fired up the grill on the back deck, but these days it’s uses are much more diverse than that. Most of the new homes in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and Maine are being built with propane gas as their central-heat fuel. And it’s being used for other …

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What to Do if the Heat Doesn’t Come On

What should you do when you turn on the heat and nothing happens? Or if the heat’s been working just fine, only now it isn’t? Well, one choice is to reach for the phone and call us. But wouldn’t you rather do some simple troubleshooting first? It may just be that something quite minor has gone wrong, something that you …

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See You at Touch-a-Truck

Have you ever been to Touch-a-Truck? Every year Lamprey Energy employees give up part of an October weekend to spend a few hours at Pease Tradeport joining members of the public at one of the year’s most fun local events. Touch-a-Truck is hosted by, and raises funds, for the Richie McFarland Children’s Center of Stratham, NH. In 1971 the Seacoast …

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Why a Clean Chimney May Need a Boiler Tweak

As winter approaches thoughts turn to staying warm on long cold days – sipping cups of hot chocolate in front of roaring fires. Such sweet daydreams are often chased away by more practical thoughts like: Did we buy enough wood to see us through? Where’d we put the fire irons when we tidied up this spring? When did we last …

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Buttoning Up for Winter

Winterizing tips to help you save money. It’s that time…winter is coming and there are things we can all do to prepare for the inevitable. Often it’s easier to sort things out before the weather gets bad; no one wants to be dealing with outside maintenance when it’s 10 below and blowing a gale. So, in the interest of the …

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