If you have been looking for a cleaner, more eco-friendly way to heat your Rhode Island home but don’t want to convert your existing heating oil-fired furnace or boiler to propane, you’re in luck: starting this summer, all oil heat dealers in New England – including Vaughn – will be delivering Ultra-Low Sulfur Heating Oil (USLSHO) […]
Summer is achingly close here in Rhode Island – which means it’s the perfect time to tackle your heating system tune-up.
We use a lot of acronyms in the home heating business, but some are more important than others.
Take AFUE, for example.
If you’re like most people, you probably buy your heating oil a few times a year and store it until it’s ready to be used.
Heating oil might not be the first thing on your mind once Memorial Day passes and the kids are done with school here in Rhode Island – but there are at least two things you should do to make sure your heating system doesn’t create a problem for you down the road.
Deciding whether to repair or replace a heating system is a not-so-fun question to answer – but it’s one that you will more than likely have to face at some point in your life as a homeowner.
If you have a steel, single-wall heating oil tank in your basement, it has a maximum lifespan of about 20-25 years or so – which means If you have a home that was built in or before 1995, you’re probably due, or perhaps even overdue, for a replacement.
In Part 1 of our About Heating Oil Pricing post, we talked about the many factors that make predicting oil prices a nearly impossible task.
There comes a time in the life of your home heating system (after about 10 years or so, on average) where it makes more sense to invest in a heating system upgrade…
Our customers ask us lots of questions every year, but two of the more common ones are “what will my heating oil cost this year?” and “what’s the best way to pay for it?”