Bottini Fuels recently made the company’s 50th fuel delivery to a Hudson Valley veteran or military family as part of our Warming the Homefront program. To date, we’ve delivered over 5,000 gallons of free fuel to our neighbors. The delivery marked a milestone for us as we work with the Hudson Valley Veterans Alliance (HVVA) […]
Diesel fuel is the lifeblood of many Hudson County businesses, and having a reliable supply of the fuel could mean the difference between staying in business and losing your shirt in today’s demanding markets.
An annual tune-up for your furnace or boiler is one of the most important investments you can make in your home comfort – especially if it’s part of a comprehensive service plan from a qualified heating contractor.
Automatic delivery is a great way to take the worry of managing your heating oil and propane supply, since it can help you prevent costly and inconvenient fuel run-outs.
When it comes to heating your Hudson Valley home or business, there are many fuel choices – including kerosene and heating oil. But how do you decide which fuel is best for you? Let’s take a look.
You use dozens of gallons of hot water every day in your appliances and taps – a big reason why almost 20 percent of your monthly energy bill goes to heating water.
Here’s the problem: if you have a conventional water heater (one with a storage tank), you’re actually paying to heat even more water than that!
Most of us are looking for ways to simplify our lives these days, especially when it comes to our finances and bill paying. The good news is that we can help you do that with paperless electronic billing from Bottini Fuel.
Heating oil has been keeping Americans warm for more than a century – a testament to the simple effectiveness of the fuel compared to its alternatives. But how does heating oil stack up against other fuel sources when it comes to safety?
Heating oil tanks are built to last with minimal care and attention – but minimal doesn’t mean no care and attention. To make sure they run reliably year after year, they need a little TLC – especially in the offseason.
People sometimes ask, “Is a tune-up for my HVAC equipment necessary every year?”
The simple answer is…yes!