Here are the state wide averages for current heating oil prices per gallon in CT.
|Mar 03, 2014||4.338|
|Feb 24, 2014||4.337|
|Feb 17, 2014||4.349|
|Feb 10, 2014||4.344|
|Feb 03, 2014||4.352|
|Jan 27, 2014||4.317|
|Jan 20, 2014||4.218|
|Jan 13, 2014||4.175|
|Jan 06, 2014||4.183|
|Dec 30, 2013||4.216|
|Dec 23, 2013||4.134|
|Dec 16, 2013||4.104|
|Dec 09, 2013||4.119|
|Dec 02, 2013||4.064|
Heating Oil Price Chart Connecticut
Shop for the best fuel prices.
When you need to refill your oil tank this winter, remember to check home heating oil prices. If you don’t, you just may be throwing money away, and with this economy, you can’t afford to do that.
Few people know that home heating oil prices are set by individual dealers and not by your local government. This means an oil dealer can charge what they think the market will tolerate. It is then up to you to compare oil prices to find the best deal.
If you have a full service dealer, you will have to take into account what that is wroth to you. What does that dealer charge you per gallon? Is there a separate charge for routine maintenance of your furnace? These are things that you will have to take into consideration when comparing fuel prices.
If you don’t have a service contract with a dealer, then you are free to buy oil from anyone. Each time you have about a third of your tank full of oil, you should begin t price compare oil before your next delivery.
CT Energy Assistance Program
The Connecticut Energy Assistance program (CEAP) is now accepting applications. This program is to help Ct lower income households pay their heating bills. This program help those who use heating sources such as fuel oil, propane, natural gas, electricity, kerosene, wood and coal. This program is for homeowners and renters. You may also be eligible for weatherization assistance too.
You can learn more about the program here.