Visit some cool places warmed with Oilheat.
What does the Statue of Liberty have in common with 9.5 million households in America? That's right, heating oil warmth! There are many historic sites that recognize the advantages of heating with oil, including the Statue of Liberty, who warms her guests with safe, dependable Oilheat.
A few years ago, Lady Liberty needed an upgrade of her oilheating system. The National Parks Service, the federal agency that manages the monument, chose to outfit her with a brand new oil heating system. Oilheat was an ideal option to warm the statue's massive interior space and complex construction and to ward off the harbor's intense wind chill. Fuel oil's reliability would ensure that the statue's staff, visitors, equipment, structure and artifacts would be protected. The new, state-of-the-art Oilheat system was installed in the statue in 1998. While she's been warming our hearts, Oilheat has been warming hers.
Some other Northeastern historic sites that rely on heating oil for comfort:
The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York knows that Oilheat is an MVP when it comes to cost, comfort and cleanliness.
The United States Military Academy at West Point relies on heating oil to warm its facilities.
Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania, the largest battlefield shrine in America, heats 17 historic farmhouses on the site, as well as the main park visitor center, with home heating oil.
Saratoga National Historical Park in New York, site of the first significant American military victory during the Revolution, heats all buildings with Oilheat.
Valley Forge National Historical Park, Pennsylvania, site of General Washington's encampment during the harsh winter of 1777, uses Oilheat in many of its facilities.
The Montauk Point Lighthouse in New York, the oldest lighthouse in New York State (built in 1796), keeps visitors warm even when those nor'easters whip up along the coast.
Throughout the country, the greatest historic sites and tourist attractions look to trusted, dependable Oilheat.