10 Point Service Plan:
1. Automatic Deliveries
2. On Demand Oil Deliveries
3. Burner and Boiler Service
4. Heating Systems Installation
5. Heating Price Protection Plan
6. Budget Payment Plan
7. Periodic Compliance Testing
8. Periodic Inspection Testing
9. Bldg Dept. Violations Removed
10. Fire Dept. Violations Removed
Do you need a mechanical repair? There are 3 ways :
- Service calls are only $89.99 per** call when you need service or you can get one of the following,
- Plan A service contract with ALL LABOR FREE as low as $99.99 per year.**
- Plan B service contract with ALL LABOR FREE and ALL PARTS FREE as low as $149.99 per year.**
Service contracts are "Burner Service Contracts" covering about 60 different parts. Paragon Oil will repair or replace broken, defective or worn parts as needed for your burner. The service contracts are dealing with oil related parts. Water related parts are generally not covered - this is true with all oil companies. See the list of approximately 60 covered parts that are specified in our contracts. We strive to keep our service prices as low as possible. We keep our costs low ( and yours too) by doing our own service and having our own service technicians! To be eligible to purchase a service contract, You must buy oil directly from Paragon Oil. The above prices are for normal equipment in 1 to 4 family homes. We send servicemen Free of Charge to see which service contract your equipment qualifies for. Contact us if you have a larger building.
Paragon Oil has developed successful long-term relationships with domestic and international fuel oil producers, traders, processors, shippers, and financial institutions. Paragon’s Supply and Marketing division has a team of professionals that monitors the world’s fuel oil trading markets and buys products at competitive prices.
To serve Paragon customers’ energy needs around the clock, we continue to research the many types of burners, boilers, and other combustion equipment currently in use in the energy industry. Along with the hardware, there are many types and grades of fuel oil available for use in this equipment. Environmental laws in different parts of the country also impact the quality specifications of the particular fuels that may be used. Paragon Oil primarily services three grades of oil: Numbers 2, 4, and 6.
Number 2 is “distillate fuels” because it is capable of being distilled or vaporized at very low temperatures. It is very fluid and flows like water at room temperature. Number 2 oil, also known as #2 Heating oil, is the most commonly used space heating oil for private homes (approximately 137,000 BTU per gallon).
Number 4 is a hybrid oil because it consists of a blend of Number 2 and Number 6 oils. It does not require a heated storage system or a heating to insure proper combustion (approximately 145,000 BTU per gallon).
Number 6 is the heaviest oil in our product line. It has the highest BTU content of all of our products. It is most commonly used in large office, residential, and industrial buildings. Number 6 Oil is a black, thick, semi0fluid material. It will not pour at room temperature. It requires heated storage and preheating to ensure proper combustion. It is the residual product of the refining processes after all the “light” products such as gasoline, diesel oil, and lubricants, have been extracted. The industry also refers to Number 6 as “Residual Oil.” In its most unrefined state, this product is used as asphalt for tarring purposes (approximately 150,000 BTU per gallon).
Whether it’s on-time delivery or ‘round-the-clock emergency burner service, you can be sure that Paragon Oil will be there for the long term. We will do whatever it takes to serve your needs. We never forget our founder’s “customer first” philosophy, providing integrity, quality, and concern for each customer through our comprehensive service plans. The prices are based on the type of heating equipment you have, the number of heating and hot water units, and the number of parts covered.
TIP: Consider converting your boiler to one that uses # 4 oil because # 4 oil is about 80 cents per gallon less (than #2 oil), you will save a lot. This applies to multifamily buildings with oil tanks 1,500 gallons or larger. Please inquire in our Customer Assistance Department for other ways to save.
Heat Water with Natural Gas? Considering Switching to Natural Gas?- See our "news section" for some of the unfortunate Life and Death Accidents (they call them "safety factors") that Natural Gas Companies don't want you to know about. We believe you will agree that Oil Heats Safest, after seeing the news.
Paragon Oil does Gas to Oil Conversions.
Ways To Save Money On Heating Oil by Using Energy More Efficiently
Paragon Oil would like to see lower home heating oil prices. Lower oil prices are better for us and better for you. This chart gives you some possible ways to save on heating your home and a range of typical savings.
** Some areas on Long Island are not available for these services or may be at different prices. Please contact customer service if you have any questions.