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Cheap Heating Oil 19.70p per litre @ Boilerjuice
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Cheap Heating Oil 19.70p per litre @ Boilerjuice

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Posted 1st May
Heating oil is dropping to ridiculous levels in price. Just bought 1000l at 19.70p a litre, costing just over £200 for a delivery in a weeks time. Obviously area dependent but it is a great time to fill your tanks.
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Boiler juice wanted £650 for 2250 litres and a local place delivered yesterday for £465 (Northern Ireland)
Ciaran_Treanor01/05/2020 23:34

Boiler juice wanted £650 for 2250 litres and a local place delivered …Boiler juice wanted £650 for 2250 litres and a local place delivered yesterday for £465 (Northern Ireland)


Must be location dependent.
They want £447.64 for 2250 litres in Kent
run out beginning of April so bought 1000 litres from home fuels direct which cost £293.90 and thought I was getting a good deal then....Just checked them now, could get the same for £199.29
Edited by: "dert" 1st May
Can you use this stuff in diesel cars - of course for just running it on my driveway and my diesel lawnmower
Edited by: "colombo" 1st May
think you need to include the location. they seem to be dearer for Northern Ireland that the suppliers on cheapest oil
cheapestoil.co.uk/Hea…-NI
sod it - Today we have a fantastic price of just 19.60 ppl. If the price drops even further today we'll refund you the difference


I am ordering a 1000 litres. At that price worth the risk putting in my 1996 VW Passat diesel. Will save over a £1000 on high street pump price and in 35 years driving never been pulled over for a fuel dip check.

Voted HOT
Edited by: "colombo" 2nd May
Must be location specific. They are quoting me about twice that amount
A work colleague in the last couple of days paid 17p per litre in the north west!! My dad got some oil about 2 weeks ago and paid 35p per litre!
Im in west wales boiler juice quoted 26.7 per litre, plus servive charge and if i ordered more than i needed i would be fined for the extra. Hard one as watch man stopped working and would have to guess. Wanted about 1000 litres. Phoned my normal company was 27.7.
And if i pay with in 7 days i get a discount. Have asked them to come round and fill it to the top. No guess, no fine, no service charge and i will have my tank filled right up at a cheap price.
Must be the area you are in to get it for that price.
But not in west wales unfortunately.
colombo02/05/2020 00:06

sod it - Today we have a fantastic price of just 19.60 ppl. If the price …sod it - Today we have a fantastic price of just 19.60 ppl. If the price drops even further today we'll refund you the differenceI am ordering a 1000 litres. At that price worth the risk putting in my 1996 VW Passat diesel. Will save over a £1000 on high street pump price and in 35 years driving never been pulled over for a fuel dip check.Voted HOT


I believe in theory it will run the engine but there are a few downsides to running "kerosene" as opposed to "petrol pump" diesel. As far as I recall it's a lighter usually 28sec so has more of a cleaning effect which might sound good but can be detrimental to older carbon sooted engines that rely on build ups to prevent seal leaks etc, it also wont have many of the lubrication additives either and obviously the risk of not having paid appropriate tax as you rightly said if you use it on the road. If it was being used "offroad" but you wanted to look into keeping the engine suitably lubricated there is bound to be information on how to cut the kerosene in to normal diesel or some cheap additives to improve lubrication! Good luck
Used to use boiler juice but switched to the oil-club. Location specific but they had a rate of 15p a litre this weekend. I check both each time I order but they have been cheaper every time I’ve ordered since so have used them instead.
If you call up your local suppliers I'm sure they could beat any online sites. You will also find once your "on their books" they are a lot more willingly to come out to you quickly if you run out of oil unexpectedly (and they don't charge extra for such a service).
I would buy now, my local has went up a couple of quid since Thursday after dropping every couple of days for the past month.
themorgatron02/05/2020 07:03

If you call up your local suppliers I'm sure they could beat any online …If you call up your local suppliers I'm sure they could beat any online sites. You will also find once your "on their books" they are a lot more willingly to come out to you quickly if you run out of oil unexpectedly (and they don't charge extra for such a service).


99.9% of the time delivered next day,from my locals in N. Ireland at no extra charge even at peak winter times.
Topped up this week and paid 82quid for 500l lowest ever price I've paid about 18p
Ordered 1000 litres yesterday for £183. Happy with that
Mate of mine was heating a swimming pool, he was getting through a fair amount of oil. After a while he had a visit from HMRC who had convinced themselves his high consumption was due to his using it in motor vehicles without paying the tax. I suppose it would be possible to use this oil in vehicles if the tax was paid but not sure how much the saving would be or if it would work well in modern common rail diesels, certainly be better than old fish and chip oil.
Ciaran_Treanor01/05/2020 23:34

Boiler juice wanted £650 for 2250 litres and a local place delivered …Boiler juice wanted £650 for 2250 litres and a local place delivered yesterday for £465 (Northern Ireland)


Try cheapest oil ni. Far better ad it is postcode specific.
I'm in south glos and just had a delivery of 1000 litres for 18.9ppl it is the cheapest it has ever been. I ordered it on Wednesday from boilerjiuce.
I've been told that this will go fine in diesel cars, not personally experienced it though
Orekul02/05/2020 11:26

I'm in south glos and just had a delivery of 1000 litres for 18.9ppl it is …I'm in south glos and just had a delivery of 1000 litres for 18.9ppl it is the cheapest it has ever been. I ordered it on Wednesday from boilerjiuce. I've been told that this will go fine in diesel cars, not personally experienced it though


I know people that used to use kerosene in older vehicles (especially keeps that towed small diggers etc and we're going though a tank in no time) and they swore by it with a pint of hydraulic oil or 2 stroke oil for lubrication. Wouldn't dream of it in a modern car though as there's such fine tolerances with pumps and injectors now
colombo01/05/2020 23:57

Can you use this stuff in diesel cars - of course for just running it on …Can you use this stuff in diesel cars - of course for just running it on my driveway and my diesel lawnmower


Dont

this is more like parifin and will cause you expensive problems
Use diesel red agricultural for the use you mention
trannyboy02/05/2020 10:21

Mate of mine was heating a swimming pool, he was getting through a fair …Mate of mine was heating a swimming pool, he was getting through a fair amount of oil. After a while he had a visit from HMRC who had convinced themselves his high consumption was due to his using it in motor vehicles without paying the tax. I suppose it would be possible to use this oil in vehicles if the tax was paid but not sure how much the saving would be or if it would work well in modern common rail diesels, certainly be better than old fish and chip oil.


Why would HMRC be interested in someone’s home oil consumption?? We order 2500 litres a year for our house and 500 litres for our swimming pool, no one bats an eyelid.
Orekul02/05/2020 11:26

I'm in south glos and just had a delivery of 1000 litres for 18.9ppl it is …I'm in south glos and just had a delivery of 1000 litres for 18.9ppl it is the cheapest it has ever been. I ordered it on Wednesday from boilerjiuce. I've been told that this will go fine in diesel cars, not personally experienced it though






You will eventually kill the injector pump at £500 + if you don't add some sort of lubricant to it...i know a few people thought it was a great idea until they ended up with a £1000 garage bill. Its fine if you have an old scrapper you're not really worried about and willing to dump when it goes wrong, things could get very expensive with a newer diesel... never understood people using it when they were already getting good mpg from a diesel.
cocobean12102/05/2020 11:40

Why would HMRC be interested in someone’s home oil consumption?? We order 2 …Why would HMRC be interested in someone’s home oil consumption?? We order 2500 litres a year for our house and 500 litres for our swimming pool, no one bats an eyelid.



It was a business premises offering sauna , swimming and massage services.
What is heating oil??
sweet_princess786609/05/2020 19:00

What is heating oil??



The "nickname" for the 28 sec kerosene that is used in most domestic oil fired boilers. Usually just called home heating oil.
Edited by: "The_Ramrod" 9th May
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