October 2015 Newsletter
In This Issue



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Dear  ,


The cooler weather is "fall"ing upon us, are you ready? Now is the time to get those heating projects scheduled out and underway...


 Get in touch with our partner company  
Reminder of Some of Our Services
" Big or Small We Do It All"

We take care of even the smallest projects you may need done in your home.
This includes dimmers, switches, doorbells, and wall timers all to be repaired  or installed.

Communication & Technological Issues
  We can also install
new telephone locations in your home if you plan on moving your landlines.
Maybe you're thinking about putting up a new flat screen TV, well we can help you there! 




  Energy Saving Tips to Keep in Mind
Sto ve/Oven
You can place aluminum reflectors below stove elements 
    to reflect heat. 

          Make sure pot/pan sizes match the burners used.
               Keep stove and oven elements clean.
                   Ma ke sure the oven door is sealed tightly.
                      Open oven door only when necessary -
                         20% of the heat is lost each time 
                            it is opened
Clothes Dryer
Make sure your dryer is vented outside. 
    Use a clothes dryer that turns off automatically.     
         Always clean the lint filter after each load and                    remove lint from the motor, drum, and                     pipes every year.                     
                       Avoid over-drying clothes and set the                           air temperature as low as possible.                              


Our Friends
Tired Of Losing Power?
Contact our friends at New England Generator for all of your generator needs



 Massachusetts Electrical Contractors Association



Come visit New England Generator next month at the MECA Annual Trade Show in Randolph MA! 





Brianna Johnson
Marketing Director
Matthews Electric Inc.