Bioheat is clean, renewable, affordable, and can be used in your current oil tank with your current oil furnace.
Bioheat is part of the solution to achieve the city of Seattle’s goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
Winter is in full swing here in the Puget Sound. And given the La Niña forecast, we’re likely in for more wet, cold winter weather. To help you and your home be better prepared for the remainder of this tough winter, we wanted to share some more specifics through the National Weather Service’s long-term winter temperature forecast.
Taking these six simple, preventative steps now can save you time, money, and headaches in the long run, as well as keep your family warm this winter in the Pacific Northwest.
If your next Puget Sound home is heated with heating oil furnaces, here are five facts to know.
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Listen to our latest show on Home Matters. We talk about the history of oil & natural gas, the lower carbon output of bioheat, our friends at Sequential biodiesel, the minimal cost difference, and all about oil and gas leaks. It’s packed with really good info!Read More