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Top Uses for Wood Pellets in New England

If you don’t use wood pellets for your New England home, you’re probably wondering what they are used for. Wood pellets are a versatile source for generating energy and heat that are eco friendly because they produce little pollution. They have a high heat value and high purity. Wood pellets are small, manufactured wooden chips. […]

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Use Propane to Increase Home Comfort This Summer

Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont residents love spending summer outside and taking full advantage of the beautiful weather—in our climate, we have to make warm temperatures count when we get them! Summer is the time for your family to enjoy outdoor barbecues, pool parties, cookouts, and more. In order to get the most out of […]

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Why Use Wood Pellets to Heat Your Home in New England

We’re starting to see familiar signs of spring here in New England. Longer days and warmer weather mean yardwork, home improvement projects, and enjoying the outdoors with your loved ones. We don’t blame you if home heating is the last thing on your mind! But, don’t write it off until fall just yet. If you […]

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Coronavirus Update

Dear Valued Customer, Here at Sandri Energy, our top priority is keeping your family and our employees safe. We are closely following COVID-19 and the guidelines from the CDC and WHO. After careful consideration, we will be making the following adaptation to protect our customers and employees. We have decided that limiting our interaction between […]

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5 Plumbing Tips for Spring in New England

New Englanders are starting to see signs of spring! While we aren’t totally through with cold temperatures for the season just yet, it’s safe to say that things are starting to warm up. Get your home in Vermont, New Hampshire, or Massachusetts ready for spring with these easy steps. Your Spring Plumbing Checklist 1. Schedule […]

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Fuel Delivery and HVAC Service in New England You Can Count On

Winter is in full swing here in the Northeast, and keeping your home comfortable at an affordable price is definitely a priority. What is the best way to achieve easy home comfort and affordable energy bills? Choose a local, full-service energy company that has what it takes to deliver fuel, maintain your heating equipment, and […]

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What You Need to Know about High-Efficiency HVAC

Living in New England, you know how important it is to be ready for the most extreme temperatures. We’re already experiencing the first cold snap of fall, and winter weather will be here before we know it! One easy way to protect your home, your family, and your wallet from winter’s chill is to make […]

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Ultra-Low Sulfur Heating Oil Comes to New England

Fall is a time of transition here in New England. The leaves begin to change, we swap our bathing suits for sweaters, and start gearing up for another winter. This season marks a significant change for heating oil consumers, too. In 2018, many states in the Northeast begin the transition to ultra-low sulfur heating oil. […]

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Duct Cleaning & Why It’s Important

In between peak cooling and heating seasons is the ideal time to assess your HVAC equipment. Along with booking your annual heating system tune-up or planning for an equipment upgrade this fall, consider your home’s ductwork. If you have central heating and air conditioning, the condition of your ductwork can play a major role in […]

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5 Reasons to Say Goodbye to Your Window A/C for Good

Summer in New England is really bringing the heat – and it’s not even August yet! We can only expect things to get hotter. How are you staying cool in your home this season? Enter, the ductless mini-split system. Ductless mini-split air conditioning is the perfect solution for homes without ductwork or for those customers […]

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