TIPS AND TRICKS

To Save You Money!

Never Have Your Oil Tank Run Empty Again

Why it’s important to keep your heating oil tank full at all times When using an oil tank to heat your home, it is important that you are always aware of the amount of oil in your tank. There is nothing worse than running out of oil on a chilly night and leaving your fa.

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Why Use Home Fuel Oil?

Whether you’re buying a new home or upgrading your heating system, there’s one question you should consider before you make any final decisions: where is the fuel to heat your home coming from?

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Frequently Asked Questions

When the driver is putting fuel into the tank, the air in the tank comes out through the second pipe (called the vent pipe). In the vent pipe is a whistle. As the driver is delivering the oil, the air coming up the vent pipe blows through the vent pipe and makes a whistle sound.

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Lower Prices Don’t Always Mean Better a Company

Do Your Research! We all want to save money. But do we really want to sacrifice quality in order to do so? This is what you should consider when choosing a fuel delivery company. Just because a company offers “the best prices around” doesn’t mean their services will follow suit. You Get What You Pay

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Burn Less, Save More!

At All Island Fuel, we are always available to deliver the fuel you need in a convenient and professional manner, but we want you to take advantage of tips and tricks that will keep you warm while saving you money.

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Keep oil burner clear

No dryer lint, dust or pet hair Many times home heating equipment is located in dusty basements near laundry rooms and pet areas. These particles can clog filters and air intakes causing your heating system to misfire, operate inefficiently, or simply stop working. Change and clean dryer lint filters often. Make sure the dryer is

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Treat your oil tank

Oil tank treatment for condensation and sludge While shutting off the burner as recommended above will help, it does not completely eliminate sludge and sediment from entering into your heating system. Another thing you can do to reduce the amount of contamination (sediment, sludge, and condensation) is to apply a treatment to your tank before

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