We started out with one guy and one truck in 1973. Our company is still family-owned and wholly
A lot of our competitors drive across the river to fill up their trucks. They depend on clean roads and a full supply chain to keep you comfortable. JC Heat owns its oil and keeps upward of a million gallons in the area. This means we always have something on hand—even when disaster strikes.
Even with our automatic and budget oil delivery options, refills can be costly. And, if a new tank is needed, there’s excavation to pay for. To make these things more affordable, we provide financing options for our clients in Lower Bucks County.
Sludge and water issues can lead to huge problems down the road. That’s why all of our oil is treated with a compound to prevent freezing and remove sludge. This also helps your burner run cleaner—saving you money in the long-run. To learn more about this miracle solution, click here.
Located in Levittown, JC Heat is a proud heating oil supplier in the Levittown area.
A truly local company, we're proud to provide same-day delivery throughout our service area. In pursuit of true oil expertise, we’ve also acquired the skills necessary to repair not only tanks but also appliances that run off of fuel oil. These include water heaters, heat pumps, boilers, and furnaces.
In other words, if cozy is what you're after, we're here for you.
When compared to natural gas, oil heat has been a better value for 10 of the past 11 years. Oil heat equipment offers you the best in fuel economy, safety, cleanliness, and performance.
Heating oil can also be reasonably efficient when compared to older gas units. Low-sulfur heating oil burns cleaner than natural gas and isn't as reactive as other products. So, before you replace your oil furnace in Levittown, we invite you to give JC Heat a call.
We've been around since 1973 and have an excellent reputation--not only because we deliver on time, but because we treat our customers with respect.
That includes everything from upfront price quotes on your heating oil delivery, to the professional manner in which we conduct ourselves, to the way we treat and leave your home. Whether it's our work or your experience with our drivers, your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Our fuel delivery experts receive ongoing training that helps keep your family safe. Better yet, if you tell us about your concerns we can let you know about tips or solutions that can help.
At JC Heating & Cooling we work hard to keep our customers in the Levittown area comfortable all year round.
If you live in Lower Bucks County and have a question about your oil tank or oil-fired appliances, just ask and we'll be happy to help. It's free, customer or not.
To learn more about why we’re the best choice for heating oil in Levittown, we invite you to take a look at our reviews.
Residential heating oil is an environmentally-friendly and efficient source of home heating. It’s often delivered by truck—much like propane. It’s typically used in boilers, water heaters, and furnaces on the eastern coast of the USA.
To identify the type of oil needed, consult your furnace or boiler’s manual. Alternatively, you can just give (215) 945-4833 a ring.
Without additives, heating oil will typically last between 10 to 12 months. At that point, water and bacteria contamination becomes more likely. To extend this life—and protect your investment—ask about potential fuel oil upgrades.
You should check your oil tank’s level approximately once a week. When it gets below an eighth of a tank, it’s time to schedule a fuel oil delivery with JC Heat.
We don’t want you to feel taken advantage of! While we allow you to lock in great pricing with our protection program, we don’t force you into a contract.
The largest factor in heating oil costs is the current price of crude oil. Other things that can impact the price include area demand and time of year.
JC Heat is proud to offer oil delivery around the clock. Midnight? Mid-afternoon? Our tankers are just a phone call away!
We need a clear area to make a drop off. Please clear ice and snow leading to and surrounding your pipes. Failing to do so can impede delivery and impact the safety of our drivers.