It's been pretty cold over the past few weeks and I know that my furnace has been kicking in way more than I would like, but the good news is that heating oil prices in Maine have dropped over the past week.
The heating season in Maine is underway and heating oil prices dropped this past week. The Governor's Energy Office reports that the average price of heating oil in Maine dropped three cents per gallon this week for a statewide average of $3.09.
Heating oil prices are usually at their lowest during the middle of summer, not this year. The Governor's Energy Office reported that the average price of heating oil has dropped four cents a gallon over the past week.
With October here, the furnaces throughout Maine will begin a long heating season. There is some good news from the Governor's Energy Office reported yesterday that heating oil prices in Maine have dropped 6 cents from September for an average of $3.32 per gallon.
It's been an extremely cold winter in Maine and the sound of your furnace running means plenty of money going up the chimney. The cost of heating your home in Maine is now higher than at any point last year.
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