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Welcome to Sinclaire Enterprises
Sinclaire Enterprises has been providing Home Comfort solutions to our customers since 1948. Still family-owned and operated, our efforts to provide superior services today, are guided by the same traditional values, such as honesty and integrity, that have been our guiding light for over 60 years.
Our company is comprised of three major divisions: HVAC, Fuels & Energy, and Specialty Cleaning.
•Our HVAC division specializes in the design, installation, and maintenance of heating and air conditioning systems for both, residential and commercial customers.
•Our Fuel & Energy division provides our customers with home heating oil and premium diesel fuel, along with a variety of options, such as automatic delivery, fleet fueling, budget payments, and bulk drops.
•Our Specialty Cleaning division is staffed with a team of experts in the fields of indoor air quality, air duct cleaning, disinfecting and antimicrobial services, and dryer vent cleaning.
Each division is actively engaged with the latest technologies their specific industries have to offer. State-of-the-art technologies such as geothermal energy, biodiesel, and dry-ice blasting.
Latest News from Sinclaire Enterprises
Have You Heard about Hybrid Heating?
I am sure you are well aware that energy prices are increasing at an astonishing rate, even to the point where we are paying 64% more in energy costs now than we were just 5 years ago. That is just plain jaw-dropping.
As gas prices continue to fluctuate wildly (mostly up, but sometimes just a touch down, then up again), more and more people are trading in their gas-guzzling cars for hybrids. Thankfully, the same technology that allows the hybrid cars to get amazingly good gas mileage (and save their owners tons of money in the process) can now be applied to our home heating systems.
How It Works…
“Wait and See” Doesn’t Really Work…
Many people get stuck in a limbo of sorts. They are not sure if their furnace just needs a tune-up, some minor repairs or needs to be replaced altogether. They are so worried about paying too much for something or being talked into buying something they don’t really need that they do nothing at all and go with a “wait and see” approach.
This is the perfect time of year to take control of your heating system to ensure you will have nothing to be concerned about (at least, inside your home) when the really cold weather strikes. The “in-between” months are when great deals are offered because once the cold weather sets in, there is really no reason to discount something that can be easily sold at full price.
The Scoop on Fall Tune-ups
The Allergies Are Coming, The Allergies Are Coming…
Coughing, sneezing, itchy, watery eyes and the ever-present runny nose, Fall allergies have arrived. The blooms of Summer have faded and we are now left with the three most common things that make us sick in the Fall: Ragweed, Mold and Dust Mites.
You may be surprised to see Mold listed as one of the most common Fall allergies because most people think of mold as being only in their basements or bathrooms, but mold also loves to breed in damp piles of leaves which we all have a lot of in the Fall.
To Be Highly Efficient or Not to Be…
“High Efficiency” is the go-to word these days. If whatever you are using is not “high efficiency,” you are wasting a lot of money using it. Almost everything has a highly efficient version of itself now ranging anywhere from cars, light bulbs, toilets and showerheads to, of course, our personal favorite, heating and cooling systems.
The biggest trouble with a “high efficiency” label is the high price tag that comes along with it. It can be easy to be so shocked by the price that you forget that the savings come in the back door. Or should I say… the savings stay in your pocket by bringing your energy costs way down.