Since waste oil boilers are similar to and often based on traditional oil boilers, owners can place most models inside the home, generally in a basement or other space designed for heating equipment. However, it is worth... More »

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To compare gas to oil for home heating purposes, check the furnace's efficiency rating, compare average furnace prices and consider the availability of gas or oil. It may also be necessary to make a decision based on how... More »

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Hot 4 in 1, HiTEC 4045, Shaeffer's #317 Kleen Burn and Bell Performance ATX-942 are some home heating oil additives as of 2015. Heating oil additives use a variety of formulations to improve the efficiency of oil burning... More »

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Boiler companies typically sell various types of boilers, such as firetube, electrical and biomass models, and auxiliary boiler equipment along with various add-ons such as feedwater and integrated control systems. Compa... More »

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A waste oil burner is a furnace that uses old, drained oil as fuel for heating garages, shops and homes. Used oil can be purchased from service stations around the country for just pennies on the gallon, making waste oil... More »

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Home oil tanks are used to store heating oil, generally for oil-powered furnaces or boilers. Many are buried underground to save space, potentially posing a safety hazard. More »

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Furnaces and boilers are two different pieces of equipment used to heat a home. Furnaces heat air and move it through a home using a duct system. Boilers heat water and distribute steam through pipes to steam radiators o... More »

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