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Reasons Why Heating Oil is Right for Your Garden State Home

5 Reasons Heating Oil Is Right For Your Garden State Home

Posted: August 28, 2020 – By: Rich Carrione

More than 280,000 households in New Jersey use heating oil as their primary source of heat. The industry has evolved in leaps and bounds over the past few decades, and continues with impressive progress in terms of efficiency and reduced emissions.

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Have You Seen the New Oilheat New Jersey Website?

Have You Seen The New Oilheat New Jersey Website?

Posted: July 21, 2020 – By: Rich Carrione

If you haven’t had a chance to do so yet, click on over to the brand-new Oilheat New Jersey website and take a look around. The site gives consumers an overview of the many ways they can benefit from heating oil.

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Get Ready to Save on a Heating System Upgrade

Get Ready To Save On A Heating System Upgrade

Posted: June 26, 2020 – By: Rich Carrione

Is your heating system 25 years old—or older? Have you been wondering if you’re paying too much for heat every month? An inefficient, outdated furnace or boiler can easily lead to increased bills, not to mention unexpected repairs and other headaches you just don’t have the time—or money—to address.

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Tips for Furnace and Boiler Use in Your Garden State Home

Tips For Furnace And Boiler Use In Your Garden State Home

Posted: May 26, 2020 – By: Rich Carrione

People often use the words “furnace” and “boiler” in place of one another. Of course, they both serve to keep homes warm, and they’re both solid options for heating your New Jersey home.

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The End of the Carbon Footprint

The End of the Carbon Footprint

Posted: April 27, 2020 – By: Rich Carrione

The ultimate goal for the heating oil industry is achieving net-zero carbon emissions. This means no carbon footprint from an energy source, which is a far cry from what New Jersey—and the world—could have imagined even one generation ago.

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Oil or gas—how should I heat my home?

Oil or Gas—How Should I Heat My Home?

Posted: March 30, 2020 – By: Rich Carrione

New Jersey residents who are facing an expensive repair to get their old oil heating equipment up and running again may think about switching to natural gas to heat their home. The reason is simple: they think this move could save them a lot of money. And saving money in these uncertain times is on most people’s minds. But you need to dig deeper.

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NJ homeowners can save up to $1400 on new oil heating systems

NJ Homeowners Can Save Up to $1,400 on New Oil Heating Systems

Posted: February 25, 2020 – By: Rich Carrione

Everyone enjoys the thrill of saving money by taking advantage of specials and other great incentives. This spring, why not get in on the fun by replacing your old oil heating system with a new one? Not only will you be adding value to your New Jersey home, but you could also be cutting your energy bills by 25% or more.

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Net-zero carbon emissions for oilheat

Net-Zero Carbon Emissions for Oilheat

Posted: January 20, 2020 – By: Rich Carrione

Hundreds of leaders from the Northeast’s heating oil industry have unanimously passed a resolution towards achieving net-zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions for heating oil by 2050.

This ambitious goal was established at the Northeast Industry Summit last September.

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Can I Insulate Now to Save on Next Winter’s Heating Oil?

Posted: December 23, 2019 – By: gasdmin

Did you have trouble keeping your house warm during New Jersey’s last arctic winter? If you did, you’re not the only one. Many people couldn’t warm their homes to the temperature of their thermostat setting. One possible reason could be traced to a heating system’s inefficiency, which can occur as your equipment ages. Efficiency levels […]

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Are Furnaces and Boilers Different?

Posted: November 25, 2019 – By: Rich Carrione

Most people generally call their oilheating system a furnace, but that’s a completely different system from a boiler. Both systems will keep you warm, but there are some tips you should know to help you understand which type of heating system you have in your home.

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