What Size Oil Tank Do I Need?

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If you are due for an oil tank replacement, it’s important to think about your heating oil tank size. The tank’s capacity will determine how big of a space your tank can heat and for how long. In this article, we discuss some important aspects to consider when choosing your oil tank size.

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Running In Short Bursts?

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The cooling cycle should be slow and steady. However, once the AC starts running in short bursts, then you are dealing with a phenomenon called AC short cycling. In this article, we’re going to talk about the causes and effects of air conditioner short cycling and how you can prevent it.

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How Safe Is Propane?

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Propane is a type of hydrocarbon gas that’s compressed, stored, and supplied as a liquid. The gas is non-toxic, odorless, and colorless. It’s a safe, clean, and reliable source of energy. However, many homeowners ask about propane heating safety. This article discusses more on the safety of propane home heating.

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Instant Carbon Footprint Calculator, Measure Your Impact On The Environment

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The first step in determining your impact on the environment is by measuring your carbon footprint. By understanding the impact that you make, you can change your lifestyle choices to help reduce the negative effects of environmental change. Wilcox Energy strives to help environmentally conscious individuals by moving towards a carbon-neutral heating solution.

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Propane vs Natural Gas: What’s The Difference?

Propane and natural gas are two of the most popular home fueling options. They are both useful in heating houses and running certain appliances. A lot of people seem to confuse the two, thinking that they are synonymous. In this article, we discuss propane vs. natural gas and their differences.

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What Are The Pros Of Oil-Fired Water Heaters?

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Most households use a water heater because hot water is used for bathing, cooking, and cleaning. If you use heating oil for home heating, you can also utilize an oil-fired water heating system. Oil-fired water heaters offer many advantages to oil-heat homes. This article discusses a few of them.

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Common Air Conditioner Problems You May Face This Summer

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Learning all that you can about common air conditioner problems and the right methods for preventing them will reduce your stress and ensure your comfort throughout the warm-weather season. In this article, we discuss some of the most common air conditioner issues that homeowners face during the summer.

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Bioheat® Heating Oil: Clean Energy For Your Home & Business

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There are many differing opinions & articles about the best options with regards to clean energy for heating your home or business. Unfortunately, the information presented to consumers is not always completely upfront and truthful. In this article, we discuss clean energy in Connecticut and how Wilcox Energy can help you reduce your carbon footprint.

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How Often Should You Refill Your Propane Tank?

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As a propane supplier, we are constantly asked “How often should I refill my propane tank?”. In this article, we discuss some more information on when to schedule a propane delivery for your home. This way, you can schedule a fuel delivery with enough time before your tank runs dry.

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Does Heating Oil Go Bad?

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Homeowners usually stock up on heating oil before winter so that they don’t run out during the peak of the season. Some even get more than they need just as a safety precaution. As a result, they may have excess oil when winter ends, leading them to wonder if this heating oil will go bad,

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