Not that it would do you much good....prices here vary almost day to day,
just like gasoline.
Two weeks ago, it ws over $2.75 a gallon here, now its below $1.90.
We recently installed new tanks for a customer, who was pleased today after
we had quoted out the almost $3 a gallon fuel, when the final bill was given
Oh..Central NC btw.
You must be in CT. The CT part of the website appears to have been
abandoned, and there's no link at all for VT
The rest of the website is pretty current - check out the prices in MA,
RI, NH, or ME. Most are current to the past week or so, and virtually
all within 30 days.
What part of Maryland?
We are selling it at $2.34 (if you sign up for auto delivery), but there are
others cheaper than that if you sign a long-term contract.
Prices change every day, especially this year. You are best to sign up
before the first real cold snap because then all of the aforementioned deals
Isn't heating merely diesel fuel with red dye added?
In any case, people living in cold regions should
read this book:
The Passive Solar House: Using Solar Design to Heat and Cool Your
Home; by Kachadorian, James
Almost the same BTUs from either, but either can be used. Those or kerosene
(though you get less BTUs out of kero).
It used to be that, back when it was 69 cents a gallon, people would order
#2 heating oil and use it in their deisel trucks. Works just the same. Then
the "powers that be" realized that those people weren't paying the road tax
that was tacked onto deisel fuel. Thus the red dye was added to the fuel.
Any dyed fuel found in over-the-road trucks are subjected to fines up to
Not sure how many BTUs I would get out of that book. How many pages is it?
If it is a small, pocket type, it would only burn for a few minutes.....
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