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With a reputation of excellence, Shotmeyer Bros. Fuel Company employs some of the most experienced heating repair technicians in Northern New Jersey. Our newest technician has been with us for about 14 years.
Our expert technicians can handle any repair or maintenance issues on old or new systems. Not only do we repair, we also install new, high-efficiency oil heating systems by quality manufacturers such as Peerless.
You can rely on Shotmeyer Bros. to keep you warm in the winter with our excellent service. Schedule your service today!
Your heating system works hard to keep you warm when you need it, help keep it running as efficient as possible. An annual tune-up can save you money in the long run and keep your system working at the peak performance. A tune up also give us the opportunity to check your system for minor problems, which will avoid major complications down the road. Schedule your tune-up today.
Serving Hawthorne, Fair Lawn, Paterson, Ridgewood, Hackensack, Wayne, Glen Rock, and surrounding towns in Passaic, Bergen, Morris and Sussex County, NJ.
Shotmeyer Bros. carries a range of top-quality boilers, furnaces, hot water heater, oil burners, and fuel tanks. Our knowledgeable technicians can help you choose the right size and type of tank for your home's heating oil needs, and make sure it is installed properly and connected safely.
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Boilers are an excellent, efficient way to heat your home. The boilers of today are far more efficient than the ones ten years ago. If you're looking to lower your bill as much as 30%, consider installing a new high-efficiency boiler.
A boiler heats water and then sends either steam or hot water through pipes to heat your home. Both types, hot water or steam boilers, are available in gas-fired or oil-fired versions, and the newest models are designed for peak efficiency.
Looking to reduce your fuel bill as much as 40%? A new, high-efficiency furnace can help you reduce your energy usage and make your home more comfortable, too.
Furnaces work by heating air and sending it through your home via a system of ducts. Today's oil and gas furnaces include updated systems such as sophisticated heat exchangers, microprocessor-based controls and high-pressure flame-retention burners that are designed to drastically improve efficiency while keeping your home warm and comfortable. They are available in gas-fired or oil-fired versions
A new energy-efficient water heater will not only perform better and keep the hot water flowing, it will help reduce your energy bills, too.
There are many efficient ways to heat water for your home. Indirect water heaters and tankless hot water heaters are two variations. An indirect water heater circulates hot water or steam from your boiler through a coil in your water tank to water heater heat water. Tankless water heaters save energy by instantly heating water when you need it, rather than keeping a large tank hot all the time. Looking for added hot water in a specific area? There are smaller versions that can be installed where they are needed to generate hot water for an addition or for a spa tub, for example.
Just as your boiler or furnace, your oil burner is a key element of your heating system. And just like your boiler or furnace, the newest models are much more efficient that older versions.
Is your oil tank more than 15 years old? If so you should consider replacing it. Cleaning an oil spill or a leaky tank can be very costly. Check for rust, dents, wet spots, and look for signs of drips or leakage around supply and return lines, and around the fill and vent pipe. If you see any of these warning signs, you might want to consider changing your tank.
New tanks are made from materials that resist corrosion, such as galvanized steel, and often are lined with a rustproof, noncorrosive material, like polyethylene. Many are also designed to eliminate odors when refilling, as well. New tanks meet the strictest safety environmental and fire-safety standards, and can potentially last 30 years or longer, which is one of the most important factors of getting a new tank.