Heating Oil Services for Homes In Queens, Nassau County and Western Suffolk County, NY
Get comfort you can count on from OSI Comfort SpecialistsQueens and on Long Island use heating oil for reliable home heating. It makes good sense. It provides a comfortable, even heat and your heating oil supply is right at your home in your heating oil tank, giving you security.
A lot of your neighbors who use heating oil know that OSI Comfort Specialists can’t be beat when it comes to heating oil delivery and service they can count on.
Heating oil delivery made easy
Customers love our Automatic Delivery service for their heating oil delivery, where we track your heating oil usage and make a delivery before you run low.
OSI Comfort Specialists does everything it can to make sure we always get heating oil to our customers by storing our delivery trucks in our garage, so they are protected against the elements and always ready to go.
Heating oil tanks and monitoring for peace of mind
If your heating oil tank needs replacing, OSI Comfort Specialists sells and installs both aboveground and underground tanks in a wide range of sizes.
OSI Comfort Specialists also gives you peace of mind about your heating oil supply with our wireless tank monitoring service. Wireless and cellular technology inform us in real time precisely how much heating oil is in your tank. When you need more, it notifies us, and we schedule a prompt delivery without you having to do a thing!
Cleaner heating oil with Bioheat® Fuel
The heating oil of today is not the same as it was in years past. Advances in technology have aided the development of cleaner-burning, more efficient and more environmentally friendly heating oil. In fact, the heating oil sector is on track to attain net-zero emissions by the year 2050.
One of the ways that goal is being reached is by the addition of biofuels to heating oil. The Bioheat Fuel delivered by OSI Comfort Specialists is a blend of ultra-low-sulfur heating oil and 5% biodiesels. These biodiesels are made from sustainable and renewable resources such as algae, recycled restaurant cooking oils, animal fats and plant oils such as soybean and rapeseed.