Swezey House Newsletter
Swezey Fuel

2017 Fall Newsletter

Michael, Kent, Gary and Bruce

Your Winter Prep Kit

Dear Friends,

Gearing up for our busy season always brings a lot of excitement, much as going back to school does. It starts with a big uptick in service calls — including lots of requests to schedule heating system tune-ups.

Man with clipboard

Building a Winning Service Team

We believe the secret to keeping our customers happy for more than four generations is the way we consistently have a great service team. Swezey’s crew of close to 40 technicians has been carefully screened, drug tested, and vetted for technical ability. We invest heavily to guarantee that their skills and training are up to date.

Under blanket

Here’s the CASE for Oil Heat

Clean, efficient oil heat continues to keep millions of homes warm and safe no matter the weather. Recent declines in heating oil prices and positive forecasts for stable prices in the foreseeable future have made oil heat an even more appealing option. And there’s plenty of heating oil to go around because of abundant supply!

Helping a senior w/ groceries

Does Someone Rely on You?

Our third-party-notification program ensures that family members and friends you care about never lose heat due to unpaid bills. If they do not respond to a fuel bill, we’ll contact their designated third party to make sure everything is OK.

Mike Ruscito


Meet Mike Ruscito. He joined us three years ago and quickly became a standout member of our service team.

He’s mainly a service technician, but he also helps out in the shop when it gets busy, drives an oil truck and refuels the Port Jeff ferry.

Jim Krug

Ask the Expert

Q: Will a new boiler help me save money?

A: Yes! New high-efficiency boilers produce more heat while using less fuel. They also distribute heat more evenly than older equipment, which tends to need more repairs with every passing year.

Basement heating system

Miracle on Church Street

Shortly before Christmas last year, the old heating system at the United Methodist Church of Patchogue failed. But the Swezey team quickly sprang into action and installed a new boiler, restoring warmth to the holiday season.