CARLSON OIL BURNER & HEATING

472 MAIN ST
Torrington, CT 06790
(860) 482-9276
On Angie's List Since: 7/6/2010
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Flipping circuit breakers is not the key to saving energy when you're gone from home. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Eric T. of Allentown, Pennsylvania)

It's smart to take action to reduce energy use when you're away from home. But find out why top electricians say turning off circuit breakers isn't a good idea.

#AskAngie: Do I Really Need Separate HVAC Inspections?

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There are two major reasons why top-rated HVAC pros recommend keeping your A/C and heating inspections separate and about six months apart. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Ingrid F. of Bloomington, Indiana)

There are at least two major reasons why top-rated A/C and heating experts suggest separate, routine maintenance check-ups of your cooling and heating systems.

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LEED-certified green houses must meet ventilation standards to reduce indoor pollutants. (Photo courtesy of the USGBC)

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