A company that offers fuel delivery services usually offers several different types of residential and commercial heating options. The most common heating options, besides electricity for heating a home or business, are heating oil and propane gas. Understanding what each one is and how it can work for you, can make the decision to go with either one or the other much easier, and ease the stress of not understanding what a fuel delivery company representative is talking about. You can ask questions feeling confident in the knowledge that you have done your homework and are prepared to ask relevant questions to your needs.
Heating oil is better than it’s ever been. Today’s systems assure you a much cleaner, more safe, and more Earth friendly answer to warming up your home or business. Heating oil burns 400 times hotter than natural gas or electricity. What this means, obviously, is that your home or business is going to get warmer faster than it ever has while needing less fuel to do it than other types of heating systems. Not only that, you can keep a reserve of heating oil, dropped off by your fuel delivery company, at your home or office, ensuring when the winter months become unbearable, you will never have to worry about a heating shortage.
Propane, or as it is sometimes called, LP-gas, or LPG, is a combination of crude oil and natural gas, about half each. Propane is another heating option that costs much less than electricity to use while burning hotter. Propane is also approved and certified on two nationally recognized clean fuel lists and produces far less pollution than most other fossil fuels. Propane is nontoxic, meaning it will not poison your water or your grounds and it’s portable, and can be moved anywhere in tanks designed just for propane use, reaching customers anywhere, even those far outside city limits.
No matter which fuel delivery company you choose to go with or which fuel you decide will best meet your home or business needs, you can feel satisfied knowing you will be getting cleaner fuel at much lower costs to you, and you will not have to fear any potential toxic reactions from either one. Fuel companies will be eager to answer your questions and educate you on how each fuel works and how you can take charge of your monthly delivery needs by learning to read the tank gauge or measuring the heating oil use in whatever environment you need to heat.