Winters in Vermont can really give home heating equipment a workout. If you’ve never had your boiler or furnace conk out on a frigid February night, you probably never thought about just how much those repairs cost.
It doesn’t matter if you heat your home with propane or heating oil, heating equipment repairs can be expensive—especially if you need to replace a major part or component.
On average, a furnace or boiler repair can cost between $300 and $400, and repairs to a water heater can run close to $600. That’s why we give Dorr Oil customers a choice of two service plans to help make sure an unexpected breakdown doesn’t bust your budget!
Whichever service plan you choose, you’ll save money—even if you never have a problem with your equipment! In fact, keeping you trouble-free is the main idea of our service plans. That’s because both available plans include an annual heating system tune-up. Our in-house technicians perform a multipoint check so they can identify and replace worn parts before they cause big problems.
For less than the cost of most typical repairs, our Basic Service Plan gives you:
For even more peace of mind, our Premium Service Plan coverage provides:
Our comprehensive service plans are designed to help you save money no matter what winter brings. The tune-up is the key. In addition to helping prevent breakdowns, regular maintenance by a trained pro helps ensure your system is running at peak efficiency. That means you’ll burn fuel more efficiently and keep heating costs down. Regular maintenance also extends the life of your equipment—an investment you don’t want to have to make too soon.
Annual tune-ups also protect your warranty. Most heating equipment warranties require routine professional service as a precondition; skip your tune-up and your manufacturer’s warranty could be voided, leaving you to pay out of pocket for expenses that would have been covered.
Dorr Oil has been taking care of the fuel delivery and heating and cooling equipment needs of homes and businesses in Greater Manchester, Vermont, and the surrounding communities for more than 20 years. We’re always happy to answer all your questions and help you choose the best service plan for your budget and your heating system. Contact us today for more information—or to enroll!