Written on: May 23, 2022
As a New England resident, you are used to relying on your heating system to keep you warm and comfortable all winter. If you’re a responsible heating oil customer, you never want to get caught with an empty heating oil tank, so you’ve either signed up for automatic delivery or you vigilantly check your tank’s level and call for a delivery before it gets too low.
Now that things are finally beginning to warm up, you may be tempted to stop thinking about your heating oil tank or to let it run down to less than you would in the winter. However, that’s a bad idea.
There are a number of reasons it’s a good idea to keep your heating oil tank full all spring and summer long. And if you’re a Lombardi Oil & Gas customer, we can help make that affordable.
When your heating oil tank is allowed to get close to empty, debris can clog your oil filters. That is likely to reduce the efficiency of your heating system or even cause it to fail. Both of those scenarios will cost you more money in energy and/or repair costs. Especially during the warmer months, whenever your tank levels get low you need to worry about condensation. Water tends to collect in an empty tank. That water can cause rust, and that rust can cause your heating system to fail. So by keeping a full tank, you can avoid some very costly problems.
At Lombardi Oil & Gas, we offer our customers several ways to manage their bills so that keeping a full tank year-round isn’t a financial burden. Here are some of the payment plans and discounts we offer our customers:
Avoid the problems (and additional costs) that can arise when you allow your heating oil tank’s level to get too low. With so many ways to save on and manage your heating oil bills, it’s a good idea to keep your tank full all year long.
Lombardi Oil & Gas delivers comfort and peace of mind to our customers in Amesbury, Byfield, Merrimac, Newbury, Newburyport, Salisbury, Seabrook, West Newbury, and surrounding areas. Click here to see if we serve your Massachusetts or New Hampshire community.
Contact us today to sign up for automatic delivery, to enroll in one of our payment plans, or to learn more.