Four ways to make your heating season easierPosted: December 28, 2018
Posted by: Needham Oil & Air
Winter has officially arrived – and with it comes the stress of heating your Massachusetts home. The good news is that Needham offers you a few simple ways to reduce the stress of winter bill paying.
Here are four convenient ways to make heating season easier as we prepare for 2019:
- Reduce the heating load on your heating system – Overwork by your furnace or boiler will eventually lead to both higher bills and potentially costly heating system repairs, so do what you can to lighten the load on your hardworking heating equipment. Check out these tips for reducing energy use this winter.
- Switch to FREE Auto Delivery – Avoid fuel run-outs by letting Needham manage your heating oil deliveries. With FREE Automatic Delivery, our software will calculate when you’re due for a top-off based on your past usage and the current weather. You will never have to check your heating tank gauge or call for a heating oil delivery again.
- Choose SmartPay – A cold snap can send Will Call heating bills through the roof – but you can avoid that sticker shock by enrolling in a SmartPay Plan from Needham Oil & Air. SmartPay divides your annual fuel bill into 12 equal installments – which means you will know exactly what you are going to pay every month no matter how cold it gets (and how much oil you use). If you use more or less oil than expected over the course of a year, we will make a one-time adjustment to your bill in the spring.
- Sign up for a Needham Oil & Air Service Plan – It’s not too late for annual routine heating system maintenance – and the best way to do it is by signing up for a high-value Needham Service Plan. Preventative maintenance will keep your system running reliably all season long, helping you prevent stressful surprise repairs and breakdowns by catching small issues before they become big problems.
Let Needham destress your heating season with these and other convenient services! Contact us today to learn more.