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Heating Oil – The Safe, Green, Dependable Way To Heat Your Home

- 8:55 am - October 30th, 2014


While there are many different fuel sources available to Long Island homeowners, there is only one choice that is economical and will keep both your family and the environment safe. Heating oil is the safe, green, dependable way to heat your home this winter and Hart customers receive our ecoblend Bioheat fuel for even greener home heating with even bigger savings.
 
According to the Projected Winter Fuel Expenditure report released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, heating oil prices are expected to decrease by 6% this winter. This means that heating oil consumers could spend about $362 less this winter than last. On the other hand, natural gas utility companies, according to the report, began buying their gas for the season in April at higher average prices than last year. Hart customers will receive further savings with the New York State tax credit for homeowners who use Bioheat such as ecoblend Bioheat fuel. The credit equals one cent per percentage of Bioheat fuel per gallon of fuel – Hart’s B20 blend entitles you to $0.20 per gallon credit.
 
Ecoblend Bioheat fuel, blended with ultra-low sulfur heating oil (ULSHO) is not only renewable, but also the greenest alternative for heating your home. ULSHO, which has been mandated by New York State law since 2012, reduces sulfur emissions by 99%. It also allows your system to last longer and require less maintenance. According to the Consumer Energy Council of America, ULSHO reduces emissions by over 70% compared to traditional heating fuel.
 
For your family’s safety, choose ecoblend Bioheat fuel. It will not ignite in its liquid form and is stored safely and securely on your property. Heating oil systems will rarely malfunction if they do there will be visible warning signs such as soot and smoke before danger is imminent.
 
Contact us today to learn more about getting our ecoblend Bioheat fuel delivered to your house this winter at no extra charge.