While this job was unusual in it’s scope – with many zones – that same quality of workmanship is what you get for all of our jobs.
Job Description: Seaside Gas Service is looking for highly motivated and productive entry level HVAC technicians to join our team. Our ideal candidates will have some prior knowledge of the HVAC industry and posses a desire to learn and grow within. This is a great position for a helper or apprentice that wants to continue advancing in the trade.
· Install new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems
· Inspect and perform equipment repairs and replacements
· Perform routine preventative maintenance
· Competitive Hourly Wages
· Health and Dental Insurance
· Vacation/Sick Time
· Paid Holidays
· Continuing education/Training
· Valid Drivers License
· Reliable transportation
· Basic Hand Tools
· Based on Experience
ABOUT SEASIDE GAS:
Kevin Saunders is the owner and operator of Seaside Gas. Kevin has been an involved member of the Cape Cod community his entire life. His strong core values and principles, along with his team’s high-quality workmanship, have helped to make Seaside Gas Service one of the leading HVAC providers on Cape Cod
MassSave-Early Replacement rebate has ended
This rebate applied to replacement of older heating systems
Mass-CEC [residential] rebate has also ended
This rebate applied to mini-split heat pump systems
And figures/criteria for several of the rebates have changed;
furnace & boiler rebates, in particular, increased nicely.
https://www.masssave.com/Rebates for info
Comcast must be having some catastrophic issue: we have NO phone service incoming / outgoing.
Internet appears to be sound – except for logging into our Comcast account; that’s down too. : /
Been on hold (from my cell) for quite awhile, so I’m guessing it’s not just us.
Email if you need us in the meantime. -deb
We have some weather coming Thu PM > Fri: snow and high winds. Suggestion: bump your thermostats up to a higher temp. Get house nice n’ toasy; that way if you experience a power outage, you have a buffer zone before the house gets cold.
Same for those with wifi accessible thermostats / gone for the season. And recommend having someone local check your empty Cape house after the storm passes, any time we have that kind of weather. Never know what can happen with high winds (predicting 70 mph).
ALSO: We don’t recommend turning thermostats down at night. Modern equipment works more efficiently if you maintain a steady temperature (set it and forget it), AND with the cold temps we’ve been having, it will take the house a long time to heat back up. -deb
Indoor/outdoor Mitsubishi units
and SlimDuct – conceals AC lines and wiring on the outside of your home
& some ductwork, 7/2017
Added a links/info page – photos coming soon; primarily for people looking over an estimate we’ve given.