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Oil Heat FAQs
Q: Is oil heat a good value?
Oil heat has one of the largest BTU outputs of any liquid or gas product in the industry.
Q: Is oil heat safe?
Oil heat is not normally flammable in its solid state and has to be sprayed to ignite. The fuel source is stored in a corrosive-resistant storage tank on your property and you don't have to worry about disruptions in supply. Families should feel safe while heating with oil heat.
Q: Is oil heat efficient?
With modern technological advances in heating equipment, the efficiency ratings of units are over 90%, and consumption has decreased an average of 35% over the past 35 years.
Q: Is oil heat clean?
When properly maintained, oil heat does not create dirt, odor or soot in the home.
Q: Is oil heat bad for the environment?
Oil heat does not pose a threat to the environment since it burns clean - and is non-toxic. No federal regulations are enforced for using oil heat.
Q: Is the oil supply reliable?
There are over 36 oil-producing countries all over the world and we do not depend upon any country or region for our supply. The world reserves will last for many years and exploration of future supply is continuing in order to keep production levels steady.
Q: Do you have a choice with oil heat?
Different oil heat dealers offer their customers a variety of services - we are proud to provide our customers with the following: automatic delivery, Budget Plan, new high-efficiency equipment, service options, and courteous, local and personal attention.