How Much Heating Oil Will I Use This Winter?
It’s only natural to want to estimate how much heating fuel you will use, especially if you’re struggling with a heavy load of other household expenses.
September 16, 2019
Claim up to $500 in Rebates for New Oilheating Equipment
Many homeowners across the state have already taken advantage of up to $500 in rebates for replacing their outdated heating equipment and oil storage tanks. You can too before winter arrives!
July 22, 2019
Heating Oil Burners: How Do They Work?
In our previous blog, we took a close look at the various controls that are used in oilheat systems. Heating oil systems are like any other systems; they require all components of the system to work together.
June 20, 2019
How an Oilheat System Works
The proven reliability of modern oil heating controls has been an important factor in making today’s oilheat a remarkably safe and efficient fuel for heating homes in Wisconsin and elsewhere.
May 10, 2019
What’s the Lifespan of Heating Oil?
Many items we buy have an expiration date: milk, eggs, vegetables, bread, cosmetics, medication and so on. But does home heating oil have a “best-used-by” date?
April 22, 2019
Spring is the Time for Oilheat System Maintenance
OK, Wisconsinites. Have you tucked away your parkas and started to enjoy some spring fun? Spring is always a time to rejoice after another cold Midwestern winter, but there’s one more task that’s related to winter that needs to get done. Contact your oil heat equipment service provider to schedule your annual home heating system […]
March 14, 2019
Heating Oil and the Future in Wisconsin
The heating oil industry has played an important role in Wisconsin for a long time—and that’s expected to continue well into the future.
March 12, 2019
Heating Oil Rebates in Wisconsin
Is your heating system more than 25 years old? If it is, you may want to consider upgrading to a new oilheat system.
February 5, 2019
How Can I Prevent My Pipes from Freezing?
We all know it gets cold in Wisconsin, but the brutal cold wave we experienced in late January, has been described as an event we haven’t seen in decades. Milwaukee actually set a record—minus 21 degrees—that had stood since 1899.
December 18, 2018
No Heat? How to Troubleshoot Before Calling for Service
Hardy folks in Wisconsin are no strangers to dealing with brutally cold winters. Of course, when temperatures take a deep drop into the single digits, the number of no-heat situations soars because your heating system is working overtime to keep your home warm.