What Size Oil Tank Does My Home Need? If the time has come to replace your heating oil tank – whether because it’s outdated, showing signs of wear, or simply because your heating needs have changed – you’ll need to ask some simple questions when shopping for a replacement. One of the most basic of these Read more…
Getting Ready For Your Heating Oil Delivery Our heating oil delivery crews work hard to keep fuel coming throughout the Long Island winter. But some days, that work is harder than others; on those days, we can use your help. Please help us keep our heating oil delivery teams safe and working as efficiently as Read more…
Furnace Installations: What Factors Determine Their Cost? A new oil-fired furnace can be a great investment for your home –especially if it’s replacing an older unit that may have lost 20 to 30 percent or more of its efficiency over the years. But when it comes time to replacing your old oil furnace, you’re going Read more…
Diesel fuel is the lifeblood of many businesses, and having a reliable supply of it on hand could mean the difference between making it and falling by the wayside in today’s competitive commercial marketplace.
That’s why it’s so important to choose a diesel supplier in Suffolk County that gets your fuel to you when and where you need it, in any weather – a company like Swezey Fuel.
Seasonal Boiler Tune-ups: Why They Are So Important Don’t look now, but we’re nearly halfway through fall 2020 – winter will be here before you know it, and you’ll be running your boiler and baseboard heating system nearly 24/7 to stay comfortable in your Suffolk County home. But before you run your equipment through the trials Read more…
A new fuel has come on the scene in recent years – well, an old fuel really, with a new wrinkle: Bioheat®.
If you’re not familiar with this clean, green alternative to conventional No. 2 heating oil, here are the basics.
A central air conditioning unit is a big investment for any Suffolk County homeowner – but it’s not designed to last forever.
In fact, while the average lifespan of a central air conditioner is typically 10-15 years (assuming it has been professionally serviced by a qualified HVAC contractor along the way), the last few of those years is a period when replacing your cooling system might make more financial sense (given the efficiency improvements) than repairing problems that arise.
Your water heater is one of those appliances that you don’t appreciate until it quits on you, leaving you with cold showers, dirty dishes, and a puddle of rusty water on your basement floor.
The good news is that your water heater will usually let you know it’s in trouble before the worst happens. Here are some telltale signs that your water heater is on the outs:
You’ve got a lot on your mind these days – even more than usual – and with all mental chatter, it’s easy to forget simple things like paying your heating oil bill or scheduling a heating oil delivery in Suffolk County.
On top of that, social distancing is limiting our trips to the bank and post office, making it harder to do…well, almost everything.
Warm weather will soon be on its way to Suffolk County – which for some of us means lugging big, heavy window air conditioners out of the basement or attic.
But just because there’s no ductwork in place in your home doesn’t mean you have to settle for loud, light-blocking window air conditioners. Instead, you could install a Fujitsu ductless mini-split system.