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.
Posted: November 30, 2018
In our last blog, we explained the various sounds you may hear from your warm-air furnace. As with any piece of equipment, many of the sounds you will hear are perfectly normal.
Posted: October 30, 2018
Through the rest of fall and all the way through winter, there will be various sounds that you may hear from your oil furnace. As with any mechanical device, many of the sounds you will hear will be perfectly normal.
Posted: September 12, 2018
With the most powerful hurricane of the season set to hit us very soon, we urge you to listen to local authorities and evacuate if you have been told to do so.
Posted: August 29, 2018
As another heating season gets closer and closer, keep in mind that there are both big ways and small ways to reduce energy usage, improve energy efficiency and cut your heating bills.
Posted: July 25, 2018
The best way to take care of your home heating system is to get a tune-up every year. Much like your car, regular preventive maintenance goes a long way in extending the lifespan of your heating equipment.
Posted: June 30, 2018
Oilheat equipment rebates of up to $500 are still available in 2018! The rebate program is coordinated through the South Carolina Petroleum Marketers Association (SCPMA) and supported by funding from the National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA).
Posted: May 23, 2018
Now that we’ve put the awful winter of 2018 far behind us and can look forward to plenty of warm weather ahead, the last thing you probably have on your mind is your oil tank.
Posted: May 3, 2018
From Charleston to Greenville and everywhere in between, oilheat has been keeping South Carolina homes affordably warm and safe for many years.
Posted: March 27, 2018
This past winter may have convinced some folks that it’s time to replace their old boiler or furnace with a new, high-efficiency oilheat system.