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Are you considering a different heating fuel source for your home?
You make many choices and decisions that affect your household budget and the comfort and safety of your family. One of the most important is how to heat your home.

You may be an oil heat homeowner in Maryland who is thinking about switching to another fuel. If so, you want to get all the facts before making such an important—and potentially costly—decision. It’s a choice you’ll have to live with for years to come.

Key Fact: Oil heat has been the most economical heating choice in Maryland for most of the past 20 years. That’s why, among other reasons, the Consumer Energy Council of America (CECA) says that “switching fuels is an expensive gamble and not one that CECA recommends.”

Start exploring this site now and you’ll soon be an expert on home fuel choices. Plus, you’ll have the information you need to decide which energy solution makes the most sense for you and your family—and our environment. In just a few minutes, you can:
Compare the true costs of heating fuels
See what the average Maryland homeowner pays to heat a home with oil, propane, natural gas and electricity.
Review frequently asked questions
Scan the answers to common questions that others have asked, and contact us with any questions you have.
Determine the true costs to convert
Find out what the special offers to convert don’t tell youand what the salespeople encouraging you to convert don’t want you to know. Discover the facts about pricing, safety, environmental issues and paybacks.
See into the future of oil

Find out why oil heat is called “intelligent warmth.”

Read true stories “from the trenches”
Local oil dealers discuss why service is more important than just the cost of a fuel.
Homeowners who switched fuels tell their stories and talk about their regrets.
Check out tips for saving energy and money!
We tell you about the many smart things you can do to save energy and money all year round.
Name that fuel
Play a fun game, based on today’s news articles, that tests your knowledge about heating fuels.
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