Bioheat Delivery in Mercer Island

Keep your Mercer Island home warm and cozy with Bioheat

A greener, cleaner fuel source

Bioheat is a renewable energy source that provides a greener and cleaner way to heat your house. A blend of petroleum heating oil and biodiesel, Bioheat burns cleaner than standard fuel oil or natural gas, thus reducing air pollution and helping you reduce your carbon footprint. Additionally, Bioheat is a safe energy source, biodegradable, and less toxic than table salt.

With Bioheat, your Mercer Island home will be warm and cozy all winter long – just as it would be if you were using regular fuel oil. Plus, you have the advantage of reducing your carbon emissions with an environmentally friendly heating solution.

Burn Cleaner, Stay Warm

The biodiesel used for Bioheat is made from domestic, renewable energy sources such as leftover cooking grease and soybean oil. Using Bioheat reduces air emissions in pounds per million BTU of fuel, when compared to natural gas.

We deliver Bioheat in 25%, 50%, and 99% blends. We recommend you start with a 25% biodiesel blend, which strikes a good balance between lower maintenance costs and reducing your carbon emissions. You can then work your way up to a 99% blend, our cleanest blend, and lower your carbon footprint even more.

Use Your Existing Furnace

You don’t need to buy a new furnace or do any upgrades to switch to Bioheat. It blends just fine with the fuel you have in your storage tank. In fact, using Bioheat can actually extend the life of your existing furnace because biodiesel acts as a cleansing agent for your filters.

Compare the Prices

Right now, Bioheat costs a few cents more per gallon than regular heating oil. But the price is expected to drop over the next decade, as more people start to use biofuel for heating. Bioheat is made locally, so its price is more stable than fuel made from oil that is purchased overseas.

For more information on Bioheat supply and delivery in Mercer Island, 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.