Metrowest Daily News

Warming trends
Tuesday, October 31, 2002

Joyce Mueller's house looks like many other houses built around MetroWest during the 1950s.

Known as a Campanelli slab - after the builder who put up thousands of ranch houses in the area - it was never an easy home to heat.

The houses were built with a series of heating coils in the concrete floors. Hot air rises from the floor to heat the whole house. But it is not the most efficient way to heat a home, according to local energy experts.

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Air Conditioning Services

In early March of 2012, Tony Borelli, one of the top air conditioning and heating experts in Eastern and Central Massachusetts agreed to join Jamie Air.

Tony has been in the HVAC business since 1975, and will be the manager in charge of Jamie Air's Service and Installation Department.  He worked the last nineteen years at Millbury based Superior Oil, serving as the Service Manager in both the air conditioning and oil burner service departments.  The combined departments billed in excess of two million dollars worth of installations and repairs, annually.

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A Great Employee

On March 26, 2010 Jamie Oil said goodbye to a longtime co-worker and friend.  Pamela Pistocco announced her retirement at the beginning of the heating season in 2009.  After 30 years in the heating oil industry, Pam decided to retire and move to a warmer climate in the heart of Arizona. 

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