Why You Should Stay with Bioheat® Fuel

As “renewable energy” becomes a buzzword in daily communications, it’s easy to let your mind wander to other energy sources. Consider this, we wanted to remind you about all the benefits Bioheat® fuel has provided you and your family and continues to offer in a changing energy landscape.

You Face No Conversion Costs

Unlike other renewable energy options, if you already heat with liquid fuel, you face no expensive conversions costs or costly modifications to use Bioheat® fuel. The blend works in existing liquid fuel furnaces, boilers, and water heaters.

The Fuel Is Already Available to You

Bioheat® fuel is available right now from your existing home comfort provider. Continuing to use this lower-carbon version of traditional liquid fuel means you don’t have to figure out how to rework the configuration of your current heating system. Instead keep using Bioheat fuel to simplify your routine and shrink your carbon footprint over time.

Bioheat® Fuel Is Stored Energy

Bioheat® fuel uses heating equipment that is customized for your home and property’s unique energy needs and is stored within a tank at your home for your convenience and use.

Local Company Service

Another commonly overlooked benefit of Bioheat® fuel is that you have a local energy company at your fingertips. These companies are often family operated, know their customers by name, offer around-the-clock care, and provide reliable service for their valued customers.

When the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, take a moment to step back and appreciate all the benefits you have as a Bioheat® fuel user. And the future for Bioheat® fuel users look bright, too! After all, it is the only fuel that can continuously reduce its carbon content over time. We look forward to a carbon-neutral future as the local companies that serve you continually increase their biodiesel blends to provide lower-carbon energy at the same great price you’ve always known. To learn more, explore our website or reach out to your local energy provider.

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