Fall has arrived in Rhode Island. Sweaters and jackets are back out, and the heat is back on.
You’ve probably heard about automatic delivery, even if you’re not enrolled in the program.
When you go water heater shopping, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the number of water heaters that are on the market.
Don’t let the hot weather fool you: it’s high time to start thinking about heating oil and all that comes with it as the colder months approach.
Commercial oil-fired boilers are a powerful and efficient way to heat your Rhode Island business space, able to keep large areas warm and comfortable without blowing dust around as many commercial HVAC systems do.
If you have a furnace, boiler, water heater, cooking range, or any other fuel-burning device in your Rhode Island home, it emits at least some carbon monoxide as it operates.
Heating oil tanks are simple devices, but they still do need a little TLC if you want them to last a while.
Diesel fuel is the lifeblood of many Rhode Island businesses, and having a reliable supply of it could mean the difference between your business making it or falling by the wayside in today’s competitive marketplace.
From iron and zinc to copper, magnesium, and even lead, your water contains an amount of minerals that falls within local, regional, and federal water quality guidelines.
It’s a question that many homeowners ask once the summer gets into full gear: can’t I shut down my oil furnace to save energy?