Ohio Oilheat Is Safe
From Cincinnati to Cleveland, over 114,000 homes turn to Oilheat for warmth and safety through the cold Ohio winter. Local residents can rest easy knowing they’ve made a smart, safe choice with Oilheat.
Oilheat is not flammable or explosive in its liquid state: In order to light heating oil on fire, it has to be heated past 140ºF, the temperature at which it begins to vaporize.
Oilheat systems show visible warning signs in case of a malfunction: If something goes wrong with your system, it releases smoke or soot as an early indicator of a problem long before dangerous levels of carbon monoxide could be produced. Though carbon monoxide leaks are extremely rare, it is recommended that you have your heating equipment serviced regularly to ensure its safe and efficient operation. To schedule your annual heating system tune-up, find the Ohio Oilheat dealer near you.
Oilheat tanks are built to be sturdy and reliable: Today’s oil tanks are constructed using corrosion-resistant materials, so whether yours is an aboveground tank or an underground tank, you can have peace of mind knowing that your fuel is safely stored.