Save money on your oil burner

Save money on your oil burner


Since the beginning of the 1960s, oil fires have been fired in Denmark. Oil furnaces are used, among other things, for heating houses and water. In 2019, there were more than 150,000 oil fires in Denmark, most of which can be found in private country homes. Do you live in the countryside and have an oil stove standing and would you like to save money? So read on here and get 3 great tips.

The price of heating oil

Don't we all want to save some money here and there? And don't we all also want to avoid spending money on boring and tedious expenses such as for an oil burner? There are endless many other things that are much more fun to spend your money on. There can be considerable money to be saved if you are willing to research just a little bit about the different fuel oil providers and their oil prices. Generally, it is the world market that controls the prices of heating oil, and therefore you can experience varying prices from day to day. However, with the discounts and fixed advantages of individual providers, you can secure and thus defy the varying prices and obtain cheap heating oil at fairly fixed prices.

Get an annual service check

To save yourself from the sour and unexpected expenses of your oil burner, it may be a good idea to have your oil burner inspected by an authorized service technician once a year. It is probably no secret that it is probably not everyone with oil fires who are the big experts in the field. The only thing we know is that it's annoying when it doesn't work and no hot water comes out of the shower.

Automatic heat control

With automatic heat control, the temperature is lowered and raised as the outside temperature changes. This can save you 10% of your annual oil consumption. Also, a good idea is to have thermostats on your radiators so that they can turn off automatically when the ideal temperature is reached. This method can save you up to 20% per year in your oil consumption. It also means that you do not have an over-consumption of oil, thereby also helping to protect the environment, and who would not want to contribute to it during these times?

If you use the above 3 advice, you can save a lot of money. Now you suddenly have a little extra money to spend every month on much more fun stuff, because what's more boring to spend money on than heating oil?