The last thing you want during the winter is an empty oil tank because that obviously means you can’t get any heat until a delivery is made. But many people don’t realize that having an empty heating oil storage tank in the summertime can also lead to problems—although for a totally different reason.
For a while now, our tech-savvy customers have asked us to find a solution that makes it easier for them to get exactly the fuel they need, when they want it, while remaining confident that they will avoid running out of fuel. Well, we listened and have an answer.
Even though so much has improved with today’s heating oil, the things that hundreds of thousands of New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania residents love about oil heat has remained the same.
At least the Polar Vortex didn’t hang around for very long this winter. But we still had our share of brutally cold days and nights in the Delaware Valley. During those times, many people couldn’t get the temperature of their house as high as the thermostat setting.
Most people refer to their oil heating system as a furnace because that’s become a generic term for a heating unit. But there is another type of oil heating system that may be keeping you warm right now—except it never gets much recognition.