Breggy Oil

84 Congress St
Portland, ME 04101
(207) 772-4631
Contact: B, Eileen
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Take an Unsafe Furnace Seriously

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A red tag on a furnace, like this one, means the heating unit’s unsafe and can’t be used. An HVAC professional dropped off space heaters for this member to use until a new two-stage furnace could be installed and a bad switch on it fixed. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Robert A. of Minneapolis)

If your heating system’s red tagged, or labeled unsafe, pay attention. Get a second opinion and, if the system is dangerous, consult a pro to get it fixed.

Sealed Basement Means a Warmer Winter Home

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This replacement basement door was sealed to keep out the cold and water. That’s just one way to make a basement more energy efficient and your home warmer during winter. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Michael R. of Pennington, N.J.)

Want to cut your energy bill and increase your home’s comfort? With a little work, you can create a tightly sealed basement that will make winter more pleasant.

Wallpaper trends are bold, colorful and textured

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Fresh Eyes For Your Home in Ossining, N.Y., decorated a client’s wall with paper illustrating the places she wants to travel. (Photo courtesy of Fresh Eyes For Your Home)
Fresh Eyes For Your Home in Ossining, N.Y., decorated a client’s wall with paper illustrating the places she wants to travel. (Photo courtesy of Fresh Eyes For Your Home)

Home wallpaper has been making a comeback with recent trends including vibrant colors and pictures whereas past trends favored natural colors and textures.

How to Find Frozen Pipes in Your Home

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It doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to figure out something’s gone wrong with this faucet in Minnesota. It turned out to be a bad valve, and a plumber fixed it. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Kimberley L. of Brooklyn Park, Minn.)

One of the most common winter home problems is frozen pipes. Warming up the pipes is the easy part, but actually finding where the pipe is frozen can be hard.

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