Keep your Bellevue home warm and cozy with Bioheat
A greener, cleaner fuel source
Want to stay warm this winter while reducing your carbon footprint? Try Bioheat – a environmentally-friendly, renewable energy source that provides a greener and cleaner home heating solution.
Bioheat gives you the same cozy heat in your Bellevue home that you get using regular fuel oil. But Bioheat burns cleaner than natural gas or pure petroleum. Using Bioheat lets you lower your carbon emissions and contribute to protecting the environment while still keeping your house and family comfortable.
What Is Bioheat?
Bioheat is a blend of standard heating oil and biodiesel. It is a renewable fuel source made from soybean oil, used cooking grease, and other natural products. Bioheat produces lower carbon emissions per million BTUs of fuel than standard petroleum or natural gas.
Using Bioheat helps to reduce air pollution, and also helps to reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil. Bioheat is safe to use, less toxic than table salt, and biodegradable.
Want more info about Bioheat? Visit the Bioheat Education Network website or the National Biodiesel Alliance website.
Use Your Existing Furnace
You don’t need to buy a new furnace or upgrade your current furnace to switch to Bioheat, and it blends just fine with the fuel you have in your storage tank now. In fact, the biodiesel in Bioheat helps to clean your filters, and can actually extend the life of your furnace.
Our Different Bioheat Blends
We offer Bioheat in B25, B50, and B99 blends.
B25 = 75% biodiesel + 25% standard heating oil
B50 = 50% biodiesel + 50% standard heating oil
B99 = 99% biodiesel + 1% standard heating oil
Compare the Prices
At this time, Bioheat costs about 6 cents more per gallon than regular heating oil. But the price will drop in the next 10 years, as more people start using biodiesel in their homes. And since Bioheat is made in America, it is less affected by overseas price fluctuations than heating fuel made with imported oil.
For more information on Bioheat supply and delivery in Bellevue, visit our Bioheat services page.
For more information on the origin of sustainable fuel sources, visit Sequential Pacific Biodiesel. For more information on the support and expansion of Green Heating, visit National Biodiesel Board. For the latest national news on Bioheat, visit National Oilheat Research Alliance.