When it comes to the price of oil… who has the lowest price for the Delaware Valley?
Love Energy Fuel Service, Inc. is a small company, so we can offer you options to save on the heating costs that you may not find anywhere else in the area.
Our Everyday Fuel Oil Discounts
If you reside in the Delaware Valley area of Pennsylvania, we offer you 5 ways to save on the price of heating oil :
Our Low Price Guarantee. Our fuel oil prices are usually lower than most of our competitors.
We Allow Low Minimum Orders. Times are hard and sometimes your budget will not allow for 100 gallons or more to be delivered, so we have lowered our minimum delivery to 25 gallons.
You can ask for a specific dollar amount. You can request a specific dollar amount of fuel to be delivered, as long as it is over what would be charged for the minimum 25-gallon order. (Example: You can request $300 worth.)
Quantity Discounts: Purchase 150 gallons and save a few cents per gallon off of the 100-gallon price. Purchase 250 gallons and save a few cents per gallon off of the 100-gallon price.
Our customers receive discount coupons on our Special Deals page.
Remember the above savings are available to you every day! With our low prices, you now have more control over your fuel delivery costs.
The answer… before a problem arises and definitely when you see the first signs of a problem.
If you use oil to heat then you are most likely familiar with problems such as water and/or sludge build-up at the bottom of your oil tank. The problem then extends from your tank to your furnace producing clogged nozzles.
Sludge also causes dirty filters and strainers which cause more soot that produce more smoke. This all makes the furnace-less fuel-efficient. With years of neglect, these conditions will shorten the life of parts for the furnace and ultimately the furnace itself.
You need a home heating oil additive product that does these 4 things:
Disperses water so that any amount that collects in the oil tank, will be changed into a substance that is combustible.
Gets rid of sludge by dissolving sludge into a substance that will not clog nozzles and filters.
Eliminates sludge so that fuel oil reaching the nozzle is clean reducing soot output and smoke.
Prevents waxing and gelling that can occur in very cold weather. These conditions clog the fuel lines and fuel filters so that fuel oil from the tank can’t get through.
Which product does all that?
There are many options on the market but we use the most effective“Hot 4 in 1” Home Heating Oil Additive.
It’s a very popular product because it eliminates water and sludge build-up which causes clogged nozzles, filters, and strainers, and makes furnace burn fuel more efficiently.
If you want “Hot 4 in 1” Home Heating Oil Additive you order via the online form or by Call us at (267) 323-2221.
Diesel fuel used in diesel-powered vehicles and other engines is basically No. 2 home heating oil. The only difference is that home heating oil has a dye added to it that distinguishes it from untaxed or lower-taxed fuels. The higher-taxed diesel fuels are used for over-the-road vehicles. However, if an emergency were to arise such as the home running out of heating oil, diesel fuel could be purchased at the local service station. Homeowners can substitute diesel fuel for home heating oil in any quantity necessary while awaiting delivery of home heating oil.
Step 1: Call Love Energy Fuel
Understandably, the first thing to do when you have no more heating oil is called Love Energy Fuel for a delivery. Keep in mind that this will take time, mainly when the snow has blocked many roads leading to your home, you will have to use a substitute fuel, such as diesel.
Step 2: Go to your Local Gas Station and “BUY DIESEL”***NOT GASOLINE**
Look for a gas container or buy one at your local hardware store. The ideal container should hold at least five+ gallons of fuel. Since you do not know how long the heating oil company will take to deliver the fuel, you should buy as much diesel as possible.
THE AVERAGE HOME USES 7 GALLONS OF DIESEL IN A 24 HOUR PERIOD
Step 3: Fill Up Your Oil Tank
Preferably, you should try to add the diesel fuel to your tank prior to your furnace running completely out of oil. If you do run out all the way, you will have to be able to bleed all of the air out of the oil line to get it back up and to run again. This will usually entail making sure that the filter, nozzle, and the oil pump are all clear and taking the time to ensure that no sludge makes its way through that could cause any blockage. When you get back home, turn the home thermostat that controls the oil furnace to the “off” position, fill up your oil tank with the diesel and give it 10 minutes to settle in the tank. This will allow any sediments and impurities to settle at the bottom of the tank, thereby giving the fuel intake line access to clean fuel.
Step 4: Restart The Furnace
Restarting the furnace can be as simple as pushing the red reset button on your furnace. You may need to press the reset button several times to bleed the fuel line and restart your furnace. Once the heater has turned on, your home will be heated normally. The fuel should be enough to last you until the heating oil company delivers the heating oil you ordered.
In some cases, the fuel supply system of the furnace may need manual bleeding. To perform this procedure, you will need to have a pipe wrench a quarter-inch nylon tubing, and a clean container.
Start by shutting off the furnace through the toggle switch on the unit. The next step is to locate the bleeder valve on the furnace’s oil pump. This component looks like a grease fitting and can be opened or tightened using a 1 cm wrench. Once you have located the bleeder valve, insert the 1/4 inch nylon tubing. The tube should lead to a clean empty container.
Next, turn on the furnace and loosen the bleeder valve using the wrench. Be sure to hold the nylon tubing inside the container to ensure diesel does not spill. At first, the fuel is going to gurgle out of the tube due to the presence of air. After a couple of seconds, however, only oil will stream out of the nylon tubing. When you notice this, use the wrench to tighten the bleeder valve before restarting the furnace and cleaning up the work area.