Frequently Asked Questions
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE DECEMBER 1, 2020
We just wanted to provide an update to you, our customers, with the changes that have been happening here at DiCola Petroleum.
Our front door is now OPEN to our customers!
1. There will only be 1 person allowed in the office at the counter at any given time.
2. You may enter the office through the front door only and exit the same way.
3. Social distancing will remain in place.
4. Anyone entering the office must use the hand sanitizer provided.
5. Curb side pick-up is available for lubricants. Call or email your request to make arrangements. You may pre-pay with credit card.
6. Unfortunately our restroom will not be accessible to the public at this time.
We want to assure our customers that we have been following specifications to provide a safe environment for our customers as well as our staff.
We will continue to sanitize our credit card machines, doors, keyboards...etc...
Our staff will be behind a protected area at the front counter for your safety and our staff's safety. They will assist you as best they can with social distancing.
7. When our drivers are making a delivery on your property, please respect social distancing and do not approach them.
Thank you to all of our customers for your co-operation.
Stay Safe ~ DiCola Petroleum
Is oil heat more expensive?
The cost of Today’s Oil heat, adjusted for inflation, has actually risen less dramatically than natural gas. It’s also projected to rise at a lower rate than natural gas, propane and electricity.
Is oil heat clean?
Today’s Oil heat produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions than ever before and residential oil burner particulate emissions are now at near zero levels. It’s a lot cleaner than it was 25 years ago.
Is oil heat safe?
Unlike natural gas and propane, Today’s Oil heat is non–flammable at room temperature, non–explosive and it poses a very low risk for carbon monoxide poisoning.
Should I upgrade my furnace and tank?
Depending on the age and condition of the furnace and tank, it may make sense to upgrade to a modern, high efficiency oil–fired furnace or a fiberglass tank.
Should I switch to natural gas?
When you factor in all of the costs associated with changing energy sources, it simply doesn’t make economic sense to switch.
How will oil affect the re-sell value of my home?
Oil heated homes account for significant percentage of the housing market. Other factors, like location, size, proximity to schools, age, condition etc., will likely have a far greater impact on the future value of your home. However, you can improve the value of your home by upgrading your equipment.