Posted: September 27, 2019
Fall has arrived in the Palmetto State and as the days go on, you’re going to be relying on your furnace a lot to keep your family safe and warm in your South Carolina home.
Posted: September 16, 2019
Modernizing your home with new oilheat equipment is always a smart idea—and it’s even smarter right now because of rebates that can save you up to $500.
Posted: July 15, 2019
With proper maintenance, the average oil furnace can last 15 years or longer. One way to make sure your system reaches its life span and operates efficiently is to perform an easy, do-it-yourself maintenance task…
Posted: June 20, 2019
Like any mechanical device, oilheating systems require all components to work together. But some parts are more important than others. One component that is particularly vital to the efficient and effective operation of a heating oil system is its burner.
Posted: May 10, 2019
There’s so much to look forward to right now in South Carolina.
A day on the golf course. A walking tour of the Battery in Charleston. Hiking on the Palmetto Trail. Hitting the road to find some great barbecue. And so on.
Posted: April 22, 2019
No one looks forward to replacing a home heating system. It’s a big investment. Your local oilheating equipment service provider can help you figure out what’s the best solution for your heating system, your home and your wallet. An ounce of prevention You can help prolong the life of your home’s oilheat heating system with […]
Posted: March 12, 2019
Some things get better with age, but that’s not necessarily true for heating oil storage tanks. While it’s true that oil storage tanks can last for many years, they eventually do give out.
Posted: March 7, 2019
The oilheat industry continues to undergo a revolution that is significantly improving oilheat’s efficiency and cleanliness, thanks to vast reductions of sulfur levels.
Posted: February 5, 2019
In our previous post, we explained why most people lose their heat whenever there is a power outage. But, of course, that’s only one reason why you may wake up one morning and discover your heat has stopped working.
Posted: December 18, 2018
Losing your power during a storm almost always means you will also lose your heat. That’s because heating systems will not run without electricity—no matter whether your fuel is heating oil, natural gas, propane or obviously, electricity.