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Heating Basics: How To Read A Fuel Tank Gauge

If you’re a will call customer and manage your own heating oil or propane deliveries, one simple but important responsibility you have is to keep a close eye on your fuel gauge. But how do you read one?

The good news is that whether you use heating oil or propane, reading a fuel gauge is pretty easy to do. If you haven’t tried it, here are the basics.

For Heating Oil Tanks:

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Additional thoughts:

For Propane Tanks:

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Let Roach Energy manage your heating oil and propane deliveries for FREE
Of course, if you don’t want to hassle with reading gauges or calling for fuel deliveries, there’s an easy way to do that: contact us to sign up for FREE automatic fuel delivery. We’ll estimate your delivery based on an estimate of your past usage and the current weather, topping off your fuel tank when it’s about one-quarter full.

Have any other questions about your propane or heating oil tank? Just ask – we’re happy to help. And remember: for reliable heating oil delivery and propane delivery in the West Virginia and western Maryland, trust the pros at Roach Energy!