I wanted to create a platform to empower consumers worldwide to find the most affordable oil to heat their homes that is 100 percent independent and completely untainted by the influence of oil companies.
BELFAST, Northern Ireland (PRWEB) December 04, 2019
Cheapest Oil, a completely independent and commission-free price comparison website that analyzes heating oil prices across Ireland and the United Kingdom today announced the expansion of its operations to the United States. The platform will now educate consumers in New York, New Jersey, Maine, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland, and Vermont on affordable heating options—just in time to navigate surging winter prices.
Cheapest Oil has spent the last decade providing consumers with the complete price comparison information necessary to make informed decisions when it comes to home heating solutions—without the influence of oil distributors, who pay listing fees to be featured on competitors’ websites. Oil distributors pay nothing to be listed on Cheapest Oil, and visitors are not subjected to any service charges, subscriptions or commission fees.
“I wanted to create a platform to empower consumers worldwide to find the most affordable oil to heat their homes that is 100 percent independent and completely untainted by the influence of oil companies,” said Cheapest Oil Founder Michael Toner. “By tracking the cash heating oil prices—also known as the COD for cash on delivery price—we can help keep consumers informed of whether or not they should purchase oil at a specific time. In fact, Cheapest Oil visitors have saved a significant amount of money simply by watching the heating oil price trends on our site.”
New heating oil suppliers and distributors are consistently being added, and prices are updated throughout the day to try to provide the most accurate heating oil prices possible. In some states, like Maine, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts, Cheapest Oil has even broken down prices by counties and regions, including Suffolk County and Nassau County in Long Island.
“The introduction of a heating oil tax in Seattle has made heating oil users in the U.S. especially nervous,” Toner says. “The 24 cents per gallon tax on heating oil would add $120 to the cost of an annual consumption of 500 gallons. Although this tax is intended to reduce homeowners’ reliance on heating oil, the impact of heating oil taxes has not played out favorably in Europe. For example, Ireland now pays four times as much heating oil tax as England, and yet it has not reduced its heating oil usage. Instead, it has increased smuggling.”
For more information, visit https://www.cheapestoil.com/.
About Cheapest Oil
Cheapest Oil is a completely independent and commission-free price comparison website that compares heating oil prices across New York, New Jersey, Maine, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Delaware, Maryland and Vermont. The company currently only considers Grade 2 Heating Oil and Kerosene with prices in cents for cash on delivery orders of 150 gallons, 300 gallons or 500 gallons and is not owned or supported by any oil dealer or heating related company. Cheapest Oil is currently tracking nearly 400 suppliers in at least 11 U.S. states and is constantly adding more cash home heating oil companies to help find consumers find the best cash heating oil prices. For more information, visit https://www.cheapestoil.com/.
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