Posted: October 29, 2020
South Carolina may be known for our hot summers, but history has shown us we’re not immune to cold winters sometimes.
Posted: September 30, 2020
An oil furnace that is properly maintained can be expected to last at least 15 years in your Palmetto State home. Changing out your air filter on a regular basis is an excellent way to maximize your system’s efficiency and life span.
Posted: July 24, 2020
While you’ll be looking for ways to save on your heating bills soon enough, right now keeping cool is a priority—and so is your energy bill. Check out these easy ways to save both money and energy during the hottest time of year.
Posted: June 18, 2020
Do you have a boiler and call it a furnace? Or do you have a furnace that sometimes goes by the name “boiler”?
Posted: May 25, 2020
With efficiency ratings as high as 95%, oilheat has proven time and time again that it is the clear choice when it comes to home heating fuel for your home in the Palmetto State.
Posted: April 27, 2020
When it comes to heating your South Carolina home, we trust that heating oil is your fuel of choice. Still, you may have an older system that’s breaking down or just not as reliable as it used to be.
Posted: March 30, 2020
Heating oil has been keeping families warm through tough winters for almost a century. That’s a testament to its impressive ability to provide consistent, efficient heat for as long as needed.
Posted: February 25, 2020
Did you know that heating oil companies in South Carolina are private businesses that do not operate as monopolies? They are typically local, family-owned companies with deep roots in their communities that must be competitive in the market in order to earn their business.
Posted: January 20, 2020
South Carolinians who have oilheating equipment that’s 20 years or older may be considering switching to another fuel to heat their home because they think this move could save them a lot of money.
Posted: December 23, 2019
When you lose your power during a storm, it almost always means you will also lose your heat because heating systems cannot run without electricity—no matter whether your heating system is fueled by oil, propane, natural gas or electricity. (Only some very old heating systems can operate without power.) How can you managing long power […]