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How to Get the Most Out of Your Wood Fireplace | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

How to Get the Most Out of Your Wood Fireplace

Nothing says “cozy and warm” during the winter like a roaring fire! Before you start using your fireplace this winter, make sure you know how to get the most out of it. 1) Make sure wood is stored properly; it should be kept dry and covered with a tarp if kept outside 2) Use local […]

How Clogged Gutters Can Damage Your Home | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

How Clogged Gutters Can Damage Your Home

Think cleaning your gutters is unnecessary? While they might seem like an insignificant part of your home – and an often forgotten one – they actually have a huge impact on your house if they’re not maintained properly. So instead of avoiding the tedious task of cleaning your gutters every spring and late fall, tackle […]

How to Protect Your Home from Damage this Winter | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

How to Protect Your Home from Damage this Winter

As pretty as the snowy winter weather is, it can also be potentially damaging to your home. But with a bit of preparation and forward thinking, it’s easy to protect your home. Snow Build Up on Your Roof Your roof is your first defense against the weather, especially in the winter. But built up snow […]

5 Ways Your Home is Losing Energy | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

5 Ways You Didn’t Know Your Home Was Losing Energy

Every day, your home is probably losing energy. And if you don’t know where to look, it’s not easy to fix. 1) Unsealed windows & doors Windows and doors are a huge culprit when it comes to energy and heat loss in our homes. Don’t assume your windows and doors are sealed properly – take […]

Things to do When You Move Into a New Home | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Things You Should Do When You Move Into a New Home

Moving into a new home is an exciting – albeit stressful – time, whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or moving into your third or fourth home. Make sure you’re getting the most out of your new home by doing these essential tasks as soon as you move in. 1) Deep clean – Before you even […]

What Type of Fireplace is Right For Me? | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville Shelburne Collingwood Caledon Owen Sound

What Type of Fireplace is Right for Me?

When it comes to heating your home this winter, you have lots of options. Choosing the right fireplace for your home and your family can be intimidating and overwhelming, which is why we’ve put together this list of fireplaces for you to decide! Wood • Oldest and most traditional type of fireplaces • Romantic feeling • Come in […]

Fuel Oil Safety at Home | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Fuel Oil Safety at Home

If you use oil for home heating, you use one of the most efficient forms of energy for heating your home. Here’s how to stay safe when dealing with fuel oil at home. • Check your oil storage tank periodically to ensure it’s not leaking or may start leaking • Have you oil burning appliances and oil […]

Lawn Mower Safety Tips | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Lawn Mower Safety Tips

We use our lawn mowers a lot during the summer, and operating a lawn mower means you should be aware of safety hazards and be prepared. 1) Keep your lawn mower regularly maintained and cleaned to prevent overheating and fires 2) Keep track of kids at all times, and never let children ride as passengers […]

Gas BBQ Safety Tips | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Safety Tips for Using Your Gas BBQ This Summer

In the summer months, there’s nothing better than inviting friends and family over and throwing some delicious food on the barbecue! If you have a gas or propane barbecue, follow these safety tips so you and your family can enjoy the food without a worry! • Always keep barbecues 10 feet from your house • Clean your […]

Signs of a Gas Leak | Bryan's Fuel Orangeville

Signs of a Gas or Fuel Leak

Natural gas is an efficient and cost-effective form of energy, but it also has the potential to leak. Knowing the signs of a gas leak can protect yourself and your family. • Natural gas doesn’t have a natural smell, but gas companies add one; if you smell rotten eggs, it could be a gas leak • Some […]

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