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What Is AFUE? What Does It Mean For My Home?

You’ve probably heard the term AFUE before. But do you understand what it means – and what it means for your home heating bill? What Do The AFUE Letters Mean? AFUE is an acronym for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency – a measure of how much fuel your furnace or boiler produces compared to the amount of […]

Do You Need A New Oil Tank? 8 Signs You Might

A heating oil tank is built like…well, a tank. But that doesn’t mean it will last forever. Depending on how well it was built, installed, and maintained, a heating oil storage tank will last anywhere from 15 to 30 years or more. The challenge with heating oil tanks, however, is that at least some of […]

Carbon monoxide safety reminders for heating season

Carbon Monoxide Safety Reminders For Heating Season

Now that we’ll be turning to our furnaces and boilers more frequently for safety and comfort – especially this year, considering how often we’ll all be home – it’s a good idea to revisit an important heating season topic: carbon monoxide safety. Chances are, you have at least one appliance in your New Jersey home that […]

What are the benefits of a smart thermostat?

Smart Thermostats: What Are The Benefits?

One of the best and easiest ways to save money and energy is by installing a programmable thermostat in your Pennsylvania home. In fact, the EPA estimates that you can save up to $180 every year just by installing one and using it effectively. But what about “Smart Thermostats” – are they worth the time […]

What is an indirect-fired water heater?

What Is An Indirect-Fired Water Heater?

An indirect-fired water heater is one of the smartest ways to heat the water in your New Jersey home – but most people don’t know much about this energy efficient option. Here’s how it works: Rather than use a separate burner to heat water (as a conventional water heater would), an indirect water heater uses […]

JW Pierson service plans: Peace of mind for the months ahead

Service Plans: Peace Of Mind For The Months Ahead

Having a heating system you can rely on is more important than ever this year, with COVID-19 conditions keeping us at home more than usual. Although you wouldn’t know it with recent weather, cooler days and nights will surely come to New Jersey, which makes scheduling annual maintenance for your heating system a must-do in […]

NIEF Loans can help you upgrade your furnace or boiler this fall

NIEF Loans Can Help You Upgrade Your Furnace Or Boiler This Fall

You’re going to be spending a lot of time in your New Jersey home this fall and winter, which means two things: you’ll probably use more fuel than usual, and your home comfort will become more important than ever. The good news, if you become a JW Pierson customer, is you won’t have to worry […]

Should I repair or replace my older furnace?

Should I Repair Or Replace My Older Furnace?

“Should I repair or replace my home heating system?” is a question that most homeowners will eventually have to ask themselves. If that’s you this year, there are several factors you should consider when weighing your decision. Here are five key questions to ask yourself in the furnace repair/replace debate: How old is your system? […]

Fall preparation tips

Seven Home Energy Fall Preparation Tips

Don’t look now, but we’re knocking on Labor Day’s door – which means that fall is just around the corner here in New Jersey. Time to get ready – but how should you do it? Here are seven ways to smooth the transition to autumn in the Garden State – and some ways to save some […]

Cooling efficiency tips for the rest of summer

Cooling Efficiency Tips For The Rest Of Summer

It’s been a hot one here in New Jersey so far in summer 2020 – and with everyone home more than usual, you’re probably paying more – maybe a lot more – for your cooling bills. Want to keep those bills as low as possible? Here are some of the best ways to do it. 6 Ways […]