Oilheat is clean: Today's heating oil is 95% cleaner than it was in 1970, and today's burner emission rates are approaching near-zero levels!* Low-sulfur fuel oil products and biofuels, such as those made from soybeans, will further reduce the already near-zero emissions.
*Source: USEPA, BNL Report 52249
Oilheat is more efficient: On average, heating oil is 16% more efficient than gas, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Oilheat is economical: Adjusted for inflation, heating oil prices today are lower than they were in 1980.
Oilheat is comfortable: Heating oil produces the hottest flame of any home heating fuel oil. It heats your home faster, with less fuel, and keeps your home at the temperature you want.
Oilheat means more hot water: It means faster, cheaper and hotter hot water than gas or electric can provide.
Oilheat is safe: Oilheat doesn't explode; nor does it pose a health hazard for you, your family or your property.
Oilheat warns you!: In the highly unlikely event of a carbon monoxide release, a heating oil system will warn you with smoke and soot. Gas heat equipment gives no warning of the production of this toxic gas.
Oilheat is easily measured: Your usage is measured in easy-to-understand gallons, while gas heat is measured in "therms."
Oilheat is easy to pay for: Heating oil bills are easy to comprehend. Gas bills contain "mystery" costs, such as gas adjustments and warm weather adjustments. Plus, Harris Comfort offers flexible payment opportunities, so you can work within your budget.
Oilheat is dependable: You can count on plenty of fuel from Harris Comfort, even on the bitterest cold days.
Oilheat means choice: Heating oil offers you a choice of many suppliers, and we thank you for choosing Harris Comfort. Gas heat gives you only one supplier option.
Oilheat means personal service: Harris Comfort knows you and your heating system. The big gas utility companies cannot perform repairs, so customers must go outside for help.
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