Building with oilheat makes all the difference for new residential and commercial properties
Are you looking for advice on the right equipment for a new residential or commercial property or installation? Turn to the oilheat experts — local heating oil providers. They can discuss all the benefits of oil for builders.
Most full service oilheat dealers offer sales, installation and service of heating systems, including new and replacement oil burners, furnaces, boilers, indirect and direct-fired water heaters, radiant heat systems and more.
These local heating experts can help determine the size and output required for the property where you intend to build with oil. They will also be happy to assist you with purchasing, permits, installation and delivery.
Top 7 Reasons for Builders to Get New Oilheating Equipment
Today’s oilheat systems are so compact they take up as little as five square feet of space.
The newest oilheating systems (condensing boilers and furnaces) have AFUE ratings as high as 95%.
Oilheated homes heat up quickly and provide even and efficient heat. For every gallon of oil burned, a whopping 140,000 Btu’s are generated.
Particulate emissions have been reduced significantly and new oilheat systems now burn 99.9% clean, according to studies conducted at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Compared with 25 years ago, homeowners now need an average of 500 fewer gallons of oil per year to heat their homes.
Oil-fired water heaters provide unlimited hot water at low cost. Not only does an oil-fired water heater save households huge amounts of money over its lifetime, but they are also perfect for homes with high hot water demand. This includes growing families, homes with Jacuzzi bathtubs and households where residents work from home.
Aside from all of these tangible, practical reasons, it’s important to remember that oilheat dealers simply care. As independent, family-owned businesses, they understand what it’s like to own your own business and what it takes to keep it going. Reach out to your local oilheat dealer to find out how they can help with your next contracting job—and beyond!