5 Safety Tips for Propane

Our propane team has compiled a few tips to help you stay safe over the next few months. Please keep these in mind—especially when coping with violent thunder-and-lightning storms during the spring and summer seasons.

Propane vs. Electricity: What’s the Better Deal in Pennsylvania?

Do the electric appliances in your home outnumber your propane gas appliances? You may be shocked to find out how much money you could start saving if you pulled the cord completely on your electric appliances and plugged into propane instead.

Pennsylvania School Districts Are Turning the Yellow School Bus Green by Switching to Propane Autogas

Many states in the country—including Pennsylvania—have been moving forward with alternative energy incentive programs in recent years. One result: more school districts are purchasing buses powered by Propane Autogas.

Want to Replace Your Furnace, Boiler or Central A/C? You Can Save up to $1,000 Right Now

If your heating or cooling system is more than 15 years old, you should consider upgrading to a new high-efficiency system. Today’s boilers, furnaces and central a/c systems are all designed to be extremely efficient, with enhancements that can translate into much lower energy bills.

What to Do When Your Gas Furnace Pilot Light Won’t Stay Lit

Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night wondering why your house was so cold? Perhaps you just got home from work to a home with no heat and went straight to the thermostat. You immediately push the button to increase the temperature and that’s when you know something is wrong.

Easy Tricks to Turn Your Heat Back On

If your heating system stops working at some point this winter, never fear. Wilson Oil and Propane provides you with 24-hour emergency service during the winter months.

Use Your Boiler to Pay Less for Your Hot Water

A lot of our customers are now using their boilers not only to heat their homes, but to produce domestic hot water too.

What’s the Difference between a Boiler and a Furnace?

Most people refer to their heating system as a furnace, but that’s a totally different system from a boiler.