We offer the best services to meet all your needs:
We have our own Service Department.
Burner Cleaning Services (Recommended Annually)
All our burner cleaning services include:
We recommend cleaning your burner once a year. The low water cutoff should be flushed periodically and we assume no responsibility for its operation. This will be done during the annual service if required.
Burner Contract (Includes A Burner Cleaning)
The contract covers the servicing of one oil heating unit for one year and covers the repair or replacement of covered parts listed in contract. For a list of covered parts please e-mail or call us directly.
All our technicians are thorough, very experienced, and fully licensed.
If you have a burner emergency please call: 978-372-1012
MASSACHUSETTS has a new law to address oil leaks from home heating systems (Chapter 453 of the Acts of 2008, as most recently amended in 2010). This law has two major provisions that require:
- the installation of either an oil safety valve or an oil supply line with protective sleeve on systems that do not currently have these devices.
- insurance companies that write homeowner policies to offer coverage for leaks from heating systems that use oil.
Most homeowner policies do not currently include such coverage, leaving many to pay for costly cleanups out of their own pocket. Although it is mandatory that insurance companies make this coverage available by July 1, 2010 to homeowners whose systems are upgraded, the insurance is an optional purchase. The customer is responsible for making sure your oil lines, piping, and tank are installed, operated and maintained in accordance with local codes and manufacturers’ specifications. Our company is not responsible for any fuel leaks past fill location inside or outside of your home. The customer takes full responsibility for leaks from all oil burner equipment, oil tanks, or oil piping on their property. Ronnie’s Oil Inc. is not responsible for the oil ordered once it is purchased from our company and delivered to your property.
Some homeowners insurance companies cover oil leaks but only if you are in compliance with the Massachusetts State Oil Line Law. Is your oil line secure? Massachusetts signed legislation to reduce the frequency of spills from residential heating systems. If a residential oil supply and/or return line is in direct contact with the concrete, earth, or other floor surface, it MUST be UPGRADED.