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Oil Heating

An oil heating system installed in a Florence home

Oil heating systems are more common in the Northeast than in most other parts of the country. Heating oil can be used to fuel a furnace (often system referred to as an "oil burner") that heats air for distribution throughout the house. It can also be used in a boiler that heats water.

A pump distributes the hot water to radiators installed in different parts of the house. Hot water baseboard radiators are the most commonly used radiators. If you have an indirect water heater, this means that your oil furnace or boiler also heats the water you use for washing.

An oil boiler can also be part of a hydro-air system. This is a forced-air heating system that utilizes hot water (pumped through a heat exchanger) to heat air for distribution throughout the house.

Dr. Energy Saver can service your oil heating system to ensure maximum efficiency. We will also provide a free quote for replacing an old, inefficient oil furnace or boiler with a state-of-the-art system that will save money and improve comfort. Call or email to arrange for a free estimate.

While oil heat has a long and well-established history, it is more problematic today for several reasons. Because we import about 60% of the oil we use, the cost of oil is unpredictable and largely beyond our control. Increased global demand for oil, combined with political instability in many oil-producing countries, lead many experts to predict rising oil prices in the future.

Fortunately, furnace and boiler manufacturers continue to refine combustion technology and produce super-efficient heating equipment. If your oil furnace or boiler is more than 10 years old, it's worth considering a new furnace or boiler that will operate much more efficiently.

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