Heating Oil Furnace Service Haverford, PA | John Cipollone

Family-Owned Heating Oil Furnace Service For Homes In Haverford, PA

Heating Oil Furnace Service Haverford, PA | John CipolloneJohn Cipollone, Inc. has provided reliable, expert heating oil furnace service and cleaning to homes in Haverford, PA and surrounding areas since 1953. We’re available by appointment and provide cleaning with every oil delivery. Call us at (610) 446-7877 for service and delivery.

We serve Haverford zip codes 19003, 19010, and 19041 along with Havertown, Ardmore, Wynnewood, and other Main Line towns.

Service and regular maintenance are essential for keeping your oil heater in great condition. An annual tune-up and cleaning prevents small problems from causing breakdowns later. And, a clean system uses less oil, costing you less to heat your home.

That’s why we provide inspection and cleaning as part of every oil delivery we make! Our customers enjoy peace of mind all winter, knowing that their home’s heating system has been inspected and is ready for the coldest night of the year.

Did You Know? The Merion Cricket Club, right here in Haverford, is one of the oldest country clubs in the country? 

Our oil customers can sign up for cap budget pricing to lock into the year’s best prices. They can also get automatic delivery so they never worry about running out of oil. Those options, plus our service with every delivery, makes getting oil from John Cipollone as easy as possible. 

To schedule service or delivery, call us now at (610) 446-7877.

How Long Does An Oil Burner Last?

Modern oil burners last around 18 to 20 years, while earlier models have much longer lives. Decades-old burner may last 25 or 30 years, or even longer. But, no matter the age of your system, regular cleaning and maintenance ensures it lasts as long as possible.

Haverford College Nature TrailLocal Spotlight: Haverford College Nature Trail

Get to know the local campus with a walk around the Haverford College Nature Trail! This 2.2-mile path follows the perimeter of the college’s 216-acre campus. Along the way, you’ll enjoy a variety of trees, shrubbery, and many species of birds. 

If You Go

The entrance to the trail is at 88 College Lane between Lincoln Highway and Duck Pond Lane. It’s open to the public from 6 am to 8 pm seven days a week.