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July 06, 2009

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Energy savings are the best way to prepare a good budget for the future. If we stop wasting our heating and cooling and HVAC energy we can build a good foundation for the next generation. For Furnace and air conditioning repair we should look for companies who understand this.

Thanks for comments on and source for competitive heating oil prices. Our painter told me a few weeks ago that they buy their HO from a supplier in Newark, and that they're paying close to 20 percent less than what they were paying when they used a more local supplier. I plan to research this and share any info I get.

I like your comments. I also like to save. I use http://www.newjerseyheatingoil.org/

to find the lowest price heating oil dealer. They have a list of all the dealers. I then pay cash to save even more. Stay away from the service contracts and CAP plan. Both are not needed.

Good Luck.

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