If you use oil to help heat your home you may be worried about running out of oil on the coldest of winter days. It is no fun to have your heating source stop working and it can cause serious problems in your home such as frozen pipes.
When it comes to using an oil furnace, it can be difficult to know how much oil is in your tank. There are tips and tricks that can help you learn to read how much oil is left in your tank so that you will know when it is time to fill it up. Here are two ways you can get initial readings from your oil tank.
Once you have a reading from either the tank gauge or your own measuring tool you can use the chart on Woolley Home Solutions homepage to work out if you will need to have your oil refilled or not. This chart is easy to use and you can get results by filling in the different questions. You will need to have some type of measurement, whether it be from a gauge or measuring tool, for this tool to work.
It is important to check your oil levels before winter hits, this way you can have your tank refilled knowing that it will keep you warm all winter long. If you are having difficulty reading your tank, or you have questions about your oil furnace, contact the team at Woolley Home Solutions today.
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