Top Quality Discount Heating Oil


Top Quality Discount Heating Oil, in Winfield, Pennsylvania, specializes in providing home heating oil with great prices and delivery options. Using only the finest oil and offering additional services, we are your top choice for fuel solutions. We provide emergency service and delivery. Whether you need heating oil, kerosene, or anything else, we can get it to you fast. Additionally, if you need high quality diesel fuel, just give us a call. You need heat in your home, as well as fuel for farming machinery. This means you need prompt service, quality fuels, and affordable prices, and that?s exactly what we provide. In addition, we can treat fuels for certain applications if needed. We serve customers within a radius of Winfield, Middleburg, Lewisburg, Sunbury, Selinsgrove.and there is no delivery fee for purchases over the minimum gallons.


Do you know why it's important to keep your oil tank above a quarter-full? Running low on heating oil can cause sediment that has built up in the bottom of your tank to be pumped into the fuel line and burner, clogging filters and equipment.


Many homeowners who use heating oil claim that heating oil creates a warm and cozy feeling in their home, making it a superior choice for heating your home.


The heating oil industry has made great progress with energy conservation. In 1978, the average American home burned 1,207 gallons per year. In 2005, the average number of gallons burned was 860.


How is heating oil made? Heating oil is refined from crude oil, a process that first separates crude oil into different fractions using a distillation process. Home heating oil is a middle distillate that has been further refined.


Did you know that heating oil is actually dyed red before it is sold? After refining, No. 2 heating oil is the color of champagne, but for tax purposes, the oil must be dyed red so authorities can tell the difference between heating oil and on-road diesel fuel.


At one time, kerosene was so prevalent for use in lamps that it was one of the premier fuels on the market. Kerosene has been recovered from oil shale, wood, and, of course, coal -- hence its nickname coal oil.


Today, it's estimated that 60 percent of U.S. homes are heated using gas fired forced air furnaces commonly referred to as FAU's. Around 9 percent of homes are heated using oil fired furnaces.


If you have a home heating oil system that's older, speak to your oil company about installing an oil safety valve or replacing the fuel delivery line with one encased in a protective sleeve. This can help prevent oil leaks and spills.


Oil furnaces were one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century, since thermostat-controlled oil furnaces allowed completely automated home heating with an instant on/off control. This eliminated the frustrations with building a coal or wood fire.


In the average home, four key elements can really help increase energy efficiency and stabilize costs: attic ventilation, adequate insulation, a thermostat, and weather-stripping and caulking. When used in combination, they can have a noticeable impact on comfort, control and fuel costs.


Did you know that the world's total proven reserves of crude oil are about 10 percent higher than they were in 1980? That means we are finding oil faster than we are burning it, making oil a dependable heating fuel of choice.


In order to save on heating oil costs, it's important to regularly maintain your heating system. Have it checked by a professional at least once a year, and don't forget to regularly change the filters.


Did you know that oil-heating systems are safer than natural gas furnaces? The Consumer Product Safety Commission states that gas-fueled appliances cause far more accidents than their liquid-filled counterparts do.


It's important that you regularly check your oil tank throughout the heating season. It's recommended that you not allow your tank to sink below a quarter-full, as this can clog your equipment.


Is heating oil safe? Certainly, because heating oil is a non-explosive. As a liquid, heating oil cannot combine with air to form an explosive mixture and is one of the cleanest combustion sources available.


Did you know that cleaning up oil leaks from home heating systems can be a very expensive procedure? Make sure your system is inspected annually for leaks in the tank, fuel delivery line, valves, piping, and fittings.


You're probably familiar with the concept of oil drilling, but before science discovered the value of oil as a fuel source, crude oil was often a byproduct of mining for this other valuable substance. Can you guess what it was? That would be salt.


An Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) rating is a term common to the heating oil industry and refers to the percentage of heating oil that is successfully converted into actual heat for your home.


When it comes to heating oil delivery, you have a couple of options. You can arrange for automatic delivery, where your tank will be automatically filled at pre-schedules intervals, or you can opt for will-call delivery, where you call when your oil runs low.


One of the main benefits of using oil heat in your home is that it produces clean heat. In the past 20 years, the sulfur content in heating oil has decreased from 1 percent to about 0.25 percent.


Did you know that the prices of heating oil are 2.5 to 5.5 times lower than those of electricity? Additionally, converting gas to oil heat can reduce your energy costs substantially.


Why choose heating oil? Heating oil provides the hottest flame of any home heating fuel and heats your home more quickly and efficiently, producing a consistent temperature throughout your home.


Home heating oil is biodegradable, non-toxic, and contains no cancer-causing chemicals, making it a safe option for the health of both the environment and your family.


Did you know that you can save at least 10 percent on your heating bill by turning the thermostat down 10 degrees for 8 hours a day? Many people opt to turn the heat down during the day while they're at work or at night while sleeping.


According to research released by NORA (the National Oilheat Research Alliance), heating oil has become not only a viable but also popular alternative energy source. Totals from 22 U.S. states accounted for an annually consumption of approximately eight billion gallons of heating oil.


Furnace vs. boiler: a furnace uses air and a boiler uses water to heat a home. A flame inside the furnace's oil burner heats the air, which is distributed through the house. A boiler heats water that is then pumped around the house in pipes to radiators or sent to a fan coil unit that heats air.


Fuel oil has a built-in early warning system that's worth a second look. Unlike natural gas, it's not explosive, and an oil heating system will smoke or produce soot (or odor) before releasing high levels of carbon monoxide, (CO).


Approximately 43 percent of the homes in the Mid-Atlantic States use heating oil. All of this comes from the 149 heating-oil refineries that prepare more than three-quarters of the imported oil for home heating.


Well insulated homes save energy; there's no surprise there. Did you know that good ventilation is important too? The better the insulation in a home, the more critical it is to provide moisture control and air pollution solutions.


How long does an oil tank last? Made of high-grade steel, fiberglass, or double walls of plastic and steel, oil tanks can last for decades. Keep in mind, though, that maintenance and inspections will help prolong the life of your tank.


The best place to mount a thermostat for your heating system is on an inside wall about five feet from the floor. Keep it away from lights, electronics, doors, and windows since the heat or drafts could alter the reading.


Did you know that the cost of heating oil relies on several different factors? The area in which you live can help dictate prices based on that region's demand, while the current cost of crude oil and gasoline prices can also have an effect.


Residual fuel oils (No. 6 grade) are the least common fuel oil used today. This is because of pollution issues and because the oil must be heated to 150 degrees Fahrenheit before it can pumped from the holding tank to the boiler.


The optimal time to schedule a tune-up and cleaning for your oil heating system is in the summer when these systems aren't as crucial. This gives you plenty of time to act in case you need more substantial repairs before the temperature starts to drop.


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9235 Route 204
Winfield, PA

General information

Whether you need kerosene delivery for home heating or diesel fuel for farm machinery, turn to Top Quality Discount Heating Oil in Winfield, Pennsylvania. Learn more about our products and services, and give us a call to further explain what you need.We provide only premium home heating oil for use in furnaces. If you need kerosene fuel for heating, cooking, lighting, and more, we carry that as well.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00




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