Dupuis Energy
401 Walcott St Pawtucket, RI 02860
(800) 322-5025

Take the Worry Out of Home Heating

Win Your Cold War

When cold weather sets in, the last thing you want to worry about is whether your heating system might break down. New Englanders need to rely on their heating systems to work dependably, so that’s why Dupuis Oil offers oil tank maintenance plans that provide you with 24-hour protection, 365 days a year, as well as discounted ultrasonic tank testing and parts and labor. Dupuis also offers fuel plans so you won’t have to worry about keeping your system topped off.

Why Do People Choose Dupuis Oil?

Dupuis Oil is popular with the aforementioned because it’s affordable, plus there are incentive plans and service options. It’s not enough to have affordable heating oil, natural gas or propane—you need a system that runs efficiently and won’t break down during the coldest months of the year. A proactive service plan is the best way to keep your heater in good working order, and Dupuis Oil has several options to choose from depending on how much heating fuel you use during the winter. This makes it simple to get an efficient system without having to pay more for maintenance than is actually required.

Plans for Oil, Natural Gas and Propane Heaters

It’s well known that oil heaters need regular maintenance and service, but did you know that propane systems should be serviced at least once a year as well? Improperly maintained natural gas heaters can also break down at inopportune times and require repair. Dupuis Oil offers plans for propane and natural gas heater maintenance. Homeowners and business owners who use these plans end up with cleaner indoor air, a 25% discount on parts and labor, and heating systems that last longer than those that aren’t regularly serviced.

Dupuis Rewards

Dupuis Oil customers stay warm without burning through cash because of the Dupuis Rewards program. Dupuis Oil customers get four points for every gallon of oil they purchase, and this translates into more money saved over time. Earn 100 points and get a dollar reward credit that can be applied to future maintenance plans and other Dupuis Oil services. That means 500 gallons of oil from Dupuis Oil translates into $20 worth of savings on the company’s services.

What Are You Waiting For?

Don’t waste money on your heating. Contact Dupuis Oil today for more information.

Thrifty Ways to Stay Warm This Winter

It’s that time again when the cold air moves down from the north and chills everyone in the entire New England area. We understand that winter has to happen, but it doesn’t mean that you should suffer for months by lowering your thermostat to save on heating costs. With a few tips, you can stay warm this winter as the snow piles up outside, without piling up your energy bill.

5 Tips for Staying Warm in Winter

  1. Use a space heater.

With a space heater, you can take the heat with you. Although it won’t keep your entire house warm, it’ll warm your feet and keep a small room at a comfortable temperature. If your space heater is efficient, it won’t add too much cost to your electric bill.

  1. Plug in that electric blanket.

You can purchase an inexpensive electric blanket at a variety of retailers. It’ll keep you warm during the night or add cozy heat as you lounge on the couch during the day. According to the electrical energy cost calculator, using an electric blanket for eight hours adds less than 10 cents to your power bill.

  1. Hang insulated curtains.

Most of your heat goes out the windows, so keep the warm air inside your home with insulated curtains. They’ll not only keep your rooms nice and cozy but also stop unwanted noise from seeping through and waking you at night.

  1. Don’t forget to bundle up.

You can lounge in your house and keep warm if you stay bundled up. By adding extra layers, such as long-sleeved shirts under sweaters, you’ll be able to turn down the thermostat and still feel comfortable. Bundling up provides a way to save on energy costs without the need to purchase additional heaters.

  1. Cover those air leaks.

As winter sets in, you’ll want to head outside and seal all the cracks, crevices and holes around your windows and doors. Use a foam sealant to fill up holes around dryer vents and other areas where interior pipes reach the outside. Apply weather stripping to the windows to prevent heat loss, and place a draft snake on the interior window sill as added insulation.

Want to stay nice and toasty this winter season? Contact us today for more information about our many products and services.