weaver energy blog

We like to provide helpful information and exciting announcements for our customers and community by posting new entries on the Weaver Energy blog. It contains new information about our company and employees, photos and announcements of events within our community, and helpful advice and reminders on maintaining your home comfort systems and getting the most out of your home heating oil.

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recent blog posts

we are moving!

While we will dearly miss our wonderful neighbors and scenic views of our former location, the larger facility will allow for plentiful customer parking, a comfortable customer lobby, secure and efficient offices for our team, and sufficient space for our fleet of trucks and inventory.

the benefits of remote tank monitors

The use of remote tank monitors is extremely beneficial to both the customer and Weaver Energy for many reasons.  A remote tank monitor can be installed by Weaver Energy on qualifying commercial customer fuel tanks in just minutes, at no cost to the customer.

now hiring HVAC installation & service technicians

Do you know someone who is self-motivated, detail oriented, and likes to work with their hands?  The Weaver Energy team is growing, and we are now providing industry specific and on-the-job training for applicants interested in starting a new career in the HVAC Service Industry.  Earn competitive pay and benefits while learning an in-demand technical […]

what is a heat pump?

Heat pumps are heating units that move heat between the inside and outside of your home instead of generating heat for your home like a traditional boiler or furnace.

what to do if you smell natural gas or heating oil

We have all heard tragic news stories, or even experienced local events in which people suffer the effects of a gas leak.  If smelling natural gas, it is always important to act quickly and carefully.  While a heating oil leak is much less dangerous, it can cause costly damage and lead to a lingering unpleasant […]

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