A mainstay in home heating for over 40 years.

How does an Oil Furnace work?

Oil Furnaces work by pumping oil into the furnace where it is turned into a mist, sprayed through the blast tube and ignited. The fine droplets mixed with the air allow it to burn very efficiently.

The flame heats the air within a heat exchanger, and the combusted gasses exit through a flue or chimney. Air from the house is drawn through the ductwork, past the heat exchanger and back out of the vents in the house. In most modern systems, the air flows through a filter, which removes any impurities. 

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How much does a new Oil Furnace cost?

Prices do vary depending on what the home needs, prices could start as low as $3,500. Each Oil Furnace we sell is custom designed for each home based on square footage, AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency), home layout as well as specific concerns of the homeowners. Fluctuating cost, moderate efficencies and oil storage concerns make these systems less attractive when homeowners are considering replacement of their heating system but at Service Today your comfort is our main concern and we offer alternate heating systems from which to choose. 

Schedule an appointment here to maintenance, repair or replace your Oil Furnace