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Heating Oil Pricing 101: Part 2 of 2

In our last post, we talked about the many factors that combine to make predicting oil prices next to impossible.

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Heating Oil Pricing 101: Part 1 of 2

Two questions we get asked every year are “How much will I pay for my heating oil this year,” and “what’s the best way to pay for it?”

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How Are We Doing?

Winter is officially over here in Maine (according to the calendar, anyway…although nothing would surprise us in this crazy year).

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Six Ways to Prepare for a Power Outage

Well, here we are in the aftermath of another Nor’easter – our fourth this month here in Maine.

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Propane Can Do That…

It’s easy to dismiss propane as the “fuel in a can” under your barbecue grill – but propane is so much more than that.

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The Murray-Heutz Report Card: What We Measure During an Annual Service Visit

We’ve said it many times before on this blog: routine maintenance is the key to system performance and longevity. But not all routine maintenance is created equal.

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Repair or Replace: Facing Your Heating System Dilemma

It’s one of the most common but least favorite questions that most homeowners will have to answer at some point during their mortgage-paying life: should I repair or replace my home heating system?

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What’s in Your Heating Oil?

Heating systems are a lot like us: the better you treat them, the longer they’ll last, and the better they’ll perform.

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Spreading the Warmth in 2018

As a company built from two family businesses, we take our work and mission quite personally here at Murray-Heutz, but sometimes the work gets more personal – and more special and meaningful – than others.

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Automatic Delivery: A Key to a Safe, Warm, and Worry-Free Winter

The first month of 2018 was a doozy, with frigid air setting more than 300 record-low temperatures throughout New England – and if you believe Punxutawney Phil (and other experts), we’re not done with winter yet.