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Do you heat your home or business with oil? Have you been shopping around for a home heating oil company that offers reliable services and affordable prices? If so, then look no further than OK Petroleum! For more than 40 years, this family-owned and operated fuel oil company has been providing Long Islanders with reasonably priced, high-quality oil delivery services. They are committed to offering their customers with exceptional service, and their proven track record of success is a true testament of that commitment. Quite simply, there isn’t another heating oil company on Long Island that can compare to OK Petroleum.
If you are like many of the property owners on Long Island, you probably heat your home and hot water with oil. When it comes to oil delivery, you have two options: automatic and will-call. A lot of people assume that automatic is the better choice; however, will-call offers several benefits that make it a much more appealing and hassle-free delivery option.
Not sure what will-call oil delivery is and how it can benefit you? Keep on reading to learn more about this method of heating oil delivery.
What is Will-Call Oil Delivery?
As the name suggests, with will-call heating oil delivery, the customer – you – makes the arrangements for oil to be delivered. You keep track of the amount of oil in your tank and place an order when you need it. With automatic delivery, on the other hand, the oil delivery company keeps track of your oil use and automatically schedules oil deliveries when they determine a fill-up is needed.
5 Benefits of Will-Call
While the idea of not having to monitor your oil use and schedule deliveries yourself may sound appealing, don’t be mislead; automatic oil delivery may not be as advantageous as it sounds. Before you decide on a method for your oil delivery, consider the benefits of will-call.
Given the benefits of will-call heating oil delivery, it’s easy to see why many people prefer this delivery method to automatic. If you’re interested in arranging an oil delivery for your home or business, contact OK Petroleum today! You can either give them a call, send them an email, or order right from their website. However you decide to order, you’ll receive the same great prices on high-quality oil, and your delivery will be made at a time that is most convenient for you.
Jericho is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Nassau County, New York, United States, on the North Shore of Long Island, approximately 29 miles (47 km) east of Midtown Manhattan. Its population was 13,567 as of the U.S. 2010 Census.
Located mainly in the Town of Oyster Bay with a small part in the Town of Hempstead, Jericho was part of the Robert Williams Plantation in 1648. The English families who settled in Jericho were, or soon became, Quakers, members of the Society of Friends. Many fled from persecution in England and in the New England Colonies. They sought a peaceful existence as farmers. The name of the area was changed in 1692 from Lusum to Jericho after the town in the Middle East near the Jordan River mentioned in the Bible as part of the Promised Land.
Elias Hicks married Jemima Seaman in 1771 and moved to her family’s farm in Jericho, where he soon became a noted preacher of Quaker doctrine. All the Quakers suffered during the British occupation of Long Island in the Revolutionary War. The practice was to quarter troops in homes of residents, who had to provide room and board for them. The Quakers continued to protest the entire concept of war itself. After the war, peace returned to Jericho, and the neat farms and businesses began to prosper. A Friends Meeting house was built in 1788 in Jericho that is still used in the 21st century. A Quaker school was built in 1793, the Charity Society of Jericho and Westbury in 1794, and slavery was abolished in 1817, with Hicks’ help.
Platt Rogers Spencer’s Log Seminary in Jericho, New York
A post office was established in 1802, a cider mill in the mid-19th century, the first public elementary school in 1905, known as the Cedar Swamp School. Improvements to infrastructure were made with the founding of the Jericho Water District in 1923. As the population increased, a new elementary school was built in 1953 (Robert Seaman School), and a Volunteer Fire Department established in 1938. The population kept increasing until the last elementary schools in Jericho were built, the George A. Jackson Elementary School in 1957, the now closed Robert Williams School in 1961 and the Cantiague School in 1963. When the Village of Muttontown was incorporated, the cider mill was within the village limits. Because most Gold Coast villages wanted to remain business free areas, many do not have their own post offices or ZIP Codes. Therefore, Jericho Post Office which serves this area of Muttontown is displayed as the official USPS mailing address and leads to the misconception that the cider mill is in Jericho.
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OK Petroleum is the leading supplier of residential and commercial heating oil in Suffolk County, NY, Long Island, NY,and the surrounding areas. We also have local gas stations that are situated conveniently throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties. Whether you are in need of home heating oil, motor oil wholesale, kerosene, gasoline, antifreeze or fuel oil, we offer quality products at competitive prices. We are dedicated to providing our customers with access to the best deals on home heating oil and fuel products in the area.
At OK Petroleum, we are proud to be the home heating oil providers our customers can rely on for outstanding oil delivery services. As one of the most reliable heating oil companies, we always deliver on time and according to your schedule. Our convenient online ordering process makes it simple to order the oil you need from the comfort of home.
Contact OK Petroleum for more information about our petroleum and motor oil services by calling us at (631) 321-0549. We look forward to providing the outstanding services you can depend on.
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