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Recent Releases from Canadian Oil Heat Association

Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association urges home owners to monitor their heating system during extreme weather conditions and check for safety sake

Published Mon, 2 Mar 2015 11:14:45 EST Read More

(Lindsey, ON, March 1, 2015) This year's winter storms have created conditions that could lead to loss of heat for your home. The Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association (COHA) is advising homeowners to check outdoor home oil heat tanks to prevent damage that could occur from snow and icicles accumulating on roofs and eavestroughs. Snow and ice falling from roofs can snap lines and can cause a leak, which threatens the environment and can be costly for homeowners. “The t...... Click here to read this release



Canadian Oil Heat Association urges home owners to remember their heating system during extreme weather conditions and check for safety sake

Published Thu, 26 Feb 2015 13:02:48 EST Read More

(Halifax, NS, February 26, 2015) This year's excessive winter storms have created potential hazards that could lead to loss of heat for your home. The Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association (COHA) is advising homeowners to check their outdoor home oil heat tanks to prevent damage that could occur from falling snow and icicles accumulating on roofs and eavestroughs. A buildup of snow and ice can snap lines and can cause a leak, which threatens the environment and can be c...... Click here to read this release



Canadian Oil Heat Association urges home owners to remember their heating system during extreme weather conditions and check for safety sake

Published Thu, 26 Feb 2015 12:56:32 EST Read More

(Moncton, NB, February 26, 2015) This year's excessive winter storms have created potential hazards that could lead to loss of heat for your home. The New Brunswick Chapter of the Canadian Oil Heat Association (COHA) is advising homeowners to check their outdoor home oil heat tanks to prevent damage that could occur from falling snow and icicles accumulating on roofs and eavestroughs. A buildup of snow and ice can snap lines and can cause a leak, which threatens the environment and can be...... Click here to read this release