Some surprises are great – a plot twist in a great movie, for example, or a winning lottery ticket. But heating bill surprises are rarely fun, since most of the time they mean that you’re paying more than you expected to for your heating oil.
When it comes to installing a heating oil tank in your Rhode Island home, one of the most important choices you will have to make is what type of tank to choose.
Many people ask why it’s important to insulate an attic that isn’t used, or is only used for storage.
Now that we’re almost out of the woods for heating season 2018/2019, it’s a good idea to look back at what worked and what didn’t for your heating oil deliveries and bill paying so you can make adjustments in the months ahead.
Now that spring has arrived here in Rhode Island, your thoughts are probably wandering toward warmer weather things to do. But heating season’s not over yet…
Spring is often the best time to shop for new heating equipment – it’s easier to get a convenient appointment time, and prices are usually at their lowest of the year.
A properly installed heating oil furnace will last 15 years or more if it is regularly maintained by professionals.
If you have owned your heating oil furnace for a while, you have probably watched it trip its circuit breaker in your Rhode Island home at least once.
If you have been a heating oil customer for a while, you have probably noticed that the price of heating oil can fluctuate quite a bit from season to season and year to year.
The good news here in Rhode Island is that we are on the brink of the last month of winter 2018/2019 – soon it will be time to turn off your heating equipment, open your windows, and enjoy the first warm breeze of spring.