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Safety, Service, & Support – How Our Oil Serves You Well

Benefits of Heating Your Home with Our OilSafety, Service, Support

Safety, Service, & Support – How Our Oil Serves You Well


No Risk of Explosion

Contrary to popular belief, heating oil cannot be burned and is not explosive in its liquid state. In fact, it must be heated to a temperature of 140 degrees Fahrenheit, the point where it vaporizes.

Minimized Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poison

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless gas that is extremely toxic and can be produced by a malfunctioning fuel-burning appliance such as a boiler or furnace. The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission reports that between 1999 and 2005 there were 187 fatalities in the United States directly related to natural gas heating. Gas systems can emit carbon monoxide without any visible warning signs. Luckily, heating oil systems and their storage tanks are designed to help prevent these fatal mishaps. Typically, heating oil systems give a noticeable warning before monoxide alert.¹

Delivery & Storage

Heating oil deliveries are managed one load at a time minimizing the risk of injury for homeowners, their families, as well as the technicians. It is a non-explosive product delivered directly into non-pressurized, sturdy storage tanks.



Full Service

Most oil-heat providers are full service companies. They provide a full range of services including audits, supply, delivery, consultation, installments, routine check-ups, and more. These teams are responsive and highly trained in their services and industry.

Emergency Service

Most full service oil providers also are accessible around-the-clock. They understand the threat of having no heat when the temperature drops or the dangers of a malfunctioning system. Emergency service teams are ready and prepared to serve you when you need it most.



Independent Ownership

Heating oil services are often provided by independent dealers local to your town. These businesses may be family-owned and operated meaning they are sensible, personable, relatable, familial, and understanding. If you ever have a question, the managers and/or owners are often accessible to discuss the issue.²


Of course we hope you choose us for your heating oil needs, but whether you do or don’t we want to make sure you are educated.  Consider asking questions before you let someone on to your property. Questions to Ask

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Source Citations
¹ American Energy Coalition. “Safety”. <>.
² American Energy Coalition. “Service”. <>.