oil furnace

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Synonyms for oil furnace

a furnace that burns oil


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Mannion Petroleum oil furnace tune-up services are second-to-none within the local marketplace.
Before hydropower became widely available, many Oregon homes had coal and then oil furnaces, said John Huber, president of the National Oil Heat Research Alliance in Virginia.
Gas furnace flue gases are colder than oil furnace flue gases.
Many utilities have since put gas lines into neighborhoods that didn't have them in the past, opening the door for homeowners to switch out old inefficient oil furnaces for more efficient gas units.
Condensing out of the combustion gases, these contaminants produce a corrosive liquid that can damage the internal components of an oil furnace.
CUTLINE: (1) Chris Rossi, left, Jim Lauziere and John Parker of Parker Home Care Service remove a 52-year-old oil furnace from the Boylston home of Tina Ellison, who switched to natural gas.
In late 2007, the company added a $6,000 waste oil furnace to the service bay area, with the amount saved on heating cost and voided disposal costs paying for the change in two years.
150 for each qualified natural gas, propane or oil furnace or hot water heater; and
The cap is $50 for an advanced main air circulating fan, $150 for a natural gas, propane, or oil furnace or hot water boiler, and $300 for any other energy-efficient building property (such as a heat pump).
A leaky oil furnace can produce deadly carbon monoxide.
Department of Agriculture's Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, which has successfully heated its buildings with biodiesel since 2000, estimate that if everyone in the Northeast with an oil furnace used a B5 blend, 50 million gallons of regular heating oil could be conserved.
The first little pig spent his money on large, north-facing windows, a big oil furnace, lots of electrically powered appliances, wires and poles to connect to Ontario Hydro, and a long stick with a bright yard light on top.
423 for a high-efficiency (89 percent) oil furnace and $523 for an electric heat pump.
Of the several ways of heating a house-solar, wood stove, oil furnace, baseboard electric, and applying a blowtorch to the sofa stuffing-the latter has begun to look more and more appealing.