Currently browsing: benefits of renewable propane

Celebrating Earth Day with Eco-Friendly Services in Greenfield, MA

Earth Day is April 22nd, and on this holiday, many homeowners in New England just like you pause to take stock of their carbon footprint. At Sandri Energy, we’re proud to be at the forefront of environmentally friendly energy products and services. Read this blog post now to learn about our cleaner, greener energy offerings, […]

Read More →

What Is Renewable Propane & Why Is It Environmentally Friendly?

If you live in New England and rely on propane gas to power your heating equipment and other appliances, then this blog is for you! The team at Sandri Energy is excited that we are beginning to deliver renewable propane. Why is this so exciting? Well, we care deeply for the environment, and renewable propane […]

Read More →

Signs You Need a New Heating System in Franklin County, MA

With freezing temperatures here to stay in New England, many homeowners like yourself are brainstorming the best ways to stay warm during the coldest months of the year. At Sandri Energy, we’re here to tell you that one way to do that is to upgrade your old heating system. Upgrading your current heating system now […]

Read More →

Fact or Fiction? Test Your Knowledge about Bioheat® Fuel

Have you heard of Bioheat® fuel? This low-carbon energy blend is steadily replacing traditional home heating oil in New England and across the country. Bioheat® fuel is more environmentally friendly, works in your existing equipment without expensive conversions, and is available now with no added costs to the low fuel prices you enjoy from Sandri […]

Read More →

What to Do If You Lose Heat in New England

If your furnace or boiler heating system stops working for whatever reason, there’s no need to panic. There are a variety of checks you can perform for a possible quick fix of your equipment malfunction. Go through the checklist below and reach out to our team if you need further assistance—we are always here for […]

Read More →