PC software helps save money on high central heating bills for oil customers
Attacks on Libyan oil fields means the commodity has breached the $124-a-barrel mark for the first time since August 2008 after concerns were raised about supply. Brent crude surged by $1.05 to $124.65 a barrel on Friday (April 8). The price rises bring increased inflationary pressures around the world. There are fears that unrest in the Middle East could spread at a time when demand is increasing on the back of strengthening economies in countries such as China and the US.
Oil is set to remain at high price levels, but you can save more than a quarter off your oil central heating with HeatingSave’s microprocessor boiler control system. HeatingSave can be connected to our advanced PC software, delivering unrivalled control and monitoring of the system, showing daily, monthly and quarterly running costs. From one PC you can control your entire building or a whole network of buildings. The software features include advanced graphing showing every temperature and on/off event ever recorded – and for oil-fired systems it shows how much fuel is remaining.