Home Heating Oil F.A.Q
-F.A.Q: Can I cancel or change my order?
-F.A.Q: How do I pay?
-F.A.Q: How much oil can I order?
Products & Services
-F.A.Q: Do you sell tanks?
-F.A.Q: Do you service boilers?
We offer deliveries by mini tankers, four, six and eight wheel tankers, we can deliver a large range of fuel products and quantities to any location. Please let us know in the 'delivery instructions' section of your order if you require a small tanker.
Providing we can gain access to the tank you don't need to be at home when we deliver. All our deliveries are metered and you will receive a printed delivery docket, so you know exactly how much home heating oil was delivered. These meters are regularly audited by the National Standards Authority of Ireland.
Our driver will leave you a printed delivery docket from the tanks meter which will show exactly how much oil was delivered.
Most of our trucks have a 120ft (40m) hose. This is ample for most delivery scenarios.
If you think you may run out of oil before we deliver to you, please contact us on 0818 27 99 00 and we will do our best to ensure your oil is delivered before you run out.
If you've paid for an order of a higher value than the amount of fuel that we delivered, we will credit your account with the difference, based on the price you paid for your fuel on the day of delivery. If you have a query with your order, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If your order has not been delivered, the first step is to check the delivery date you have requested on your confirmation email. While we always endeavour to deliver within the timescale you requested there are occasions where this may not be possible. We will always endeavour to notify you in advance if such a situation occurs.
Yes, you can cancel your order but please inform us as soon as possible. Provided you notify us at least two working days before the final scheduled delivery date, we will cancel your order and refund your payment card. If you need to change your order, please contact us as soon as possible and we will make every effort to accommodate your request.
When you order at Curranoil.com you can pay for your home heating oil immediately through our secure online payment facility using your Laser, Visa or Mastercard.
The details we store are the minimum required to complete orders as safely and efficiently as possible. All optional personal information is used to provide you with an enhanced service that will make the oil buying process easier and more cost-effective. Your details are secure and we’ll never pass on your details to any third parties – you are much too valuable to us.
There are 4.546 litres to an imperial gallon.
The minimum amount you can order is 300 litres. Most customers order between 1,000-1,500 litres. The larger the volume we deliver, the lower the cent per litre price. If you are not sure how much you need to order, please read your tank instructions. If you order more than you need we will credit your account with the difference. If you are still not sure please contact us.
There are two main ways to save money on your order: By ordering larger quantities you will get a better cent per litre rate.
All domestic customers pay 13.5% VAT on home heating oil, regardless of quantity.
Yes, we stock a complete range of oil storage tanks.
No, we don’t have our own team of boiler service engineers but please tell us your requirements through the contact us form and we’ll provide you with contact details of reputable boiler servicing engineers in your area.
Even a small oil spillage can have a devastating effect on the local environment, so oil storage within Ireland is strictly regulated. It’s worth spending a few minutes ensuring your storage tank complies with the rules.
OFTEC is the organisation responsible for looking after the oil heating and the cooking industries throughout Ireland. The OFTEC website has a wide range of information, including some great tips for increasing the efficiency of your home heating system. Visit the site at http://www.oftec.co.uk/.
Kerosene, also known as 28 second oil, is produced after the distillation process of crude oil. Most domestic systems run on Kerosene because it provides a cleaner and more efficient burn for your home. Gas Oil (green diesel), also known as 35 second oil, is more commonly used in agriculture and industry. Gas Oil is less combustible than Kerosene and has more carbon atoms.