Posted by jmaniscalco on November 25, 2014
Programmable thermostats are a simple, inexpensive way to conserve energy in your home year-round. Setting your thermostat to a lower temperature in the winter or higher temperature in the summer when you are sleeping or away out of your home will ensure you aren’t spending money (and energy) unnecessarily.
Posted by NYOHA on November 11, 2014
The cold weather is here and winter storm season is fast approaching. With projections for above average precipitation in the New York area this winter, it’s important that residents are prepared for big storms. Follow these tips to make sure you are ready for the first and every big snowstorm of the season.
Posted by NYOHA on October 31, 2014
Would you prefer a friend or family member receive the notices relating to your Oilheat account? In New York State, third party notification for correspondence relating to your heating account is legal. Once you sign up, all service termination or credit actions will be sent to a willing third party.
Posted by NYOHA on October 16, 2014
The City Housing Maintenance Code and State Multiple Dwelling Law requires building owners to provide heat and hot water to all tenants. Building owners are required to provide hot water 365 days per year at a constant minimum temperature of 120°. Between October 1st and May 31st ("heating season"), building owners are also required to provide tenants with heat under the following conditions: