Heating Oil Furnace Service In Springfield, PA (DelCo)

Family-Owned Heating Oil Furnace Service For Springfield, PA (DelCo)

Heating Oil Furnace Service In Springfield, PA (DelCo)John Cipollone, Inc. has provided expert, reliable heating oil furnace service to homes in Springfield, PA (DelCo) since 1953. We’re still family owned and operated today. Call (610) 446-7877 for service or oil delivery.

We service homes in Springfield, PA zip codes 19018, 19064, 19070, and 19081. We also serve homes and businesses in Ardmore, Haverford, Wynnewood, and other towns on the Main Line.

Furnace service is an important part of keeping your energy expenses low and your home comfortable all winter long. We ensure your system is clean and optimized, and that there’s no excess wear and tear to any of its components.

As a result, you’ll use less oil, which saves you money. And, your system is much less likely to break down, bringing you peace of mind and fewer repair bills.

It’s recommended to have your system serviced at least once a year. We also provide cap budget pricing plus free inspection and cleaning with every oil delivery

About Our Town: The stretch of Route 30, or Baltimore Pike, that runs through Springfield, PA got its nickname “The Golden Mile” for the many car dealerships that used to line it.

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

Springfield TrailHow Long Will 100 Gallons Of Oil Last?

Most homes in Springfield, PA use up to 16 gallons of oil per day in the winter. That’s averaging 1.5 to 2 gallons per hour with the system working around 8 hours a day. So, 100 gallons can last just under a week.

Local Spotlight: Springfield Trail

Established in 1969, the Springfield Trail offers residents and visitors nearly five miles of beautiful paths for walking, hiking, mountain biking, and trail running. The 4.7-mile loop leads through public and private land in Smedley Park near Crum Creek as well as parts of the Whiskey Run.

If You Go

There are 18 trailheads where you can enter the park. One of the biggest is at 20 Papermill Road near Crum Creek and I-476.