Posted by admin on January 12, 2016
As our transplant friends have learned in these past few winters, January in New York is frigid. Of course, we’re prepared to handle this winter like any seasoned city slicker would – with good old-fashioned street smarts! Below, you’ll find some special tips and tricks to ensure the winter doesn’t put a deep freeze on your resolve to save on your energy usage this year:
Posted by admin on December 21, 2015
The 2015 boiler inspection cycle is coming to an end. All low pressure boiler and high pressure boiler internal and external inspections must be performed and filed by December 31st, 2015.
Posted by admin on December 14, 2015
This unusually warm December weather is a welcome reward for New Yorkers who endured last winter’s frigid temperatures and heavy snowfall. But if you’re a landlord for property in New York City, make sure the spring-like weather doesn’t trick you
Posted by admin on November 25, 2015
When you sign up for automatic delivery, you won’t have to drop what you’re doing to check your fuel gauges, devise strategies for remembering to order your fuel, or wait around for a fuel truck to arrive when you could be running errands. Bioheat® fuel oil companies use state-of-the-art software that incorporates degree-day information to calculate each customer’s usage rate and schedules deliveries accordingly. If there are any major changes to your household such as someone moving in or construction on an extension, you should alert your fuel oil distributor of the change.