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Things To Know About Your Home
Oil tank size.
Number of tanks.
Where the fill pipe is located.
Date of last cleaning (check furnace tag or with prior homeowner).
Annual use (check with prior homeowner or realtor).
Does oil heat your hot water?
Is the path to the fill pipe clear of obstructions like snow or shrubbery?
I've never had oil heat, what do I really need to know?
Oil tanks can be inside or outside. Indoor tanks are filled externally through a fill pipe. Outdoor tanks need a blended product (additive) or K-1 to prevent the fuel from "gelling" or freezing in cold temperatures.
do not need to be home during delivery.
The standard tank is 275 gallons with a max. capacity around 250 gallons. Some homes have bigger tanks or more than one.
Tanks have a gauge showing the oil level. Gauges vary in appearance, but generally measure quarters or eighths.
The optimal time t
o fill the tank is when the gauge reads 1/4 full.
An annual cleaning is recommended so the unit functions at peak efficiency and costly breakdowns are prevented.
When setting up a delivery account, consider:
How do I want my fuel delivered? (Automatic or will call delivery)
How do I want to pay? (Payment plan, automatic debit, prepay, credit card, or check)
What type of pricing plan do I want? (Variable or market price, cap price, or fixed price)
If you have an emergency issue, we are on call 24 hours a day.
to discuss your needs so we can tailor the best plan for you!
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