Looking for a Bioheat® fuel provider?
Get started with a quick Internet search, including your town name, county, and state—more and more providers are delivering Bioheat® fuel now. Here are a few questions to ask yourself when you find the website of a local heating fuel provider:
- Do they mention Bioheat® fuel by name on their website?
Most companies who deliver Bioheat® fuel will say so loudly and proudly on their websites. You can keep an eye out for terminology such as biodiesel, recycled soybean oil, and renewable fuel.
- What blend percentage of Bioheat® fuel do they deliver?
Companies delivering Bioheat® fuel often share the blend percentage. Notation is written as B2, B5, B10, B20, and so on, with the “B” representing Bioheat® fuel and the number representing the percentage of biodiesel that is blended into every gallon of fuel. The higher the blend, the more sustainable your fuel!
- Do they offer other services?
If you want a Bioheat® fuel provider who can also offer HVAC maintenance and repair, be sure to check their website to see if they mention those services. Many Bioheat® fuel delivery companies employ a team of technicians who can expertly install and maintain furnaces, boilers, and water heaters, as well as deliver fuel to power them.
Find & Implement Bioheat® Fuel in Your Routine
Bioheat® fuel is easy to use and can be utilized in existing heating fuel equipment without modifications. More and more fuel providers across the country are offering this low-carbon fuel. If you can’t find a provider near you, contact us or your state energy association listed below.