If you’re in the market for a new home heating oil tank, you may have come across double-wall tanks in your research. As with any type of a tank, there are pros and cons to this system which we will walk you through here. Before you pull the trigger on a new tank though, make …

Home heating oil is certainly a major expense for many homes in the Northeast. While it generates significant heat per gallon, it can still lead to some high energy bills in the winter months. In this post we’ll cover whether it makes sense to lock-in a home heating oil price. Types of Heating Oil Prices …

While heating oil is probably the last thing on your mind during the summer, you may still need to keep track of your tank level! This is because many houses rely on heating oil for not just heat, but also hot water. In this post we’ll explore how much heating oil you can expect to …

oil fired water heater

Quick History of Kerosene Oil Remember learning about John D. Rockefeller and his oil empire in the 1800s? One of the main fuels he was selling back then was kerosene. Derived from crude oil, kerosene gained popularity as a fuel for light fixtures and was available all over the country. Today, kerosene is primarily used …

blue can for kerosene

Are you moving into a house heated with propane? Or thinking about switching propane suppliers this year? If so, you may be wondering if it’s better to rent or own a propane tank. In this post we’ll talk about the pros and cons of each. If you’re thinking about switching from oil to propane, we …

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