Dear Friends & Valued Customers,

After careful consideration, Hannah and I, with the blessing of Bi-County Fuels’ co-founder Cynthia Evans, have made the decision to sell Bi-County Inc. to Moyer Indoor|Outdoor. Moyer will honor your contracts with us, including current fuel oil pricing plans, service agreements, and installation warranties. There will be no interruption of your automatic delivery or service maintenance. We are still available at the same phone numbers, 215-822-0515 and 215-822-0516, for prompt service or to answer any questions you may have.

We chose Moyer because they are also family-owned and share our commitment to customer service. They have agreed to employ our valued service technicians and delivery people so you will continue to see many familiar faces, whether you are getting an oil delivery or require service. Hannah will work with Moyer, and I will also remain available to answer any questions you may have. We want to ensure a smooth transition for you to Moyer Indoor|Outdoor services.

Finally, we want to thank you for the support and confidence you placed in our company. We will treasure the many relationships we built with our customers over the past 52 years.

In gratitude,

Bill Evans, President
Bi-County Fuels, Inc.

Beat the Heat with Bi-County Inc

Cool Down with Your Local Air Conditioning Experts

Summer is in full swing and high temperatures are still very much with us for a while. Has it been hotter than usual in your house this season? Ultimately, you want your air conditioning system to be operating smoothly and running as efficiently as possible. There are a lot of things you can do around your home that can improve your air conditioner’s performance and help keep things cooler when temperatures soar…

Phase Out of R22 Freon Refridgerant

The Refrigerant Change Means a Choice for Users of Older Air Conditioners

You have probably heard that the former HVAC industry standard R22 refrigerant – also known as Freon – is being phased out worldwide due to its harmful effects on the ozone layer. As per the US Environmental Protection Agency, manufacturing or importing R22 refrigerant is illegal in the United States as of January 1, 2020 – except for continued servicing needs of existing equipment. As a result of the phase out of R22 Freon refrigerant, manufacturers of HVAC equipment redesigned their systems to accommodate R410A, a chlorine-free refrigerant.

Indoor Air Quality Advice from Your Local HVAC Team

Whole Home Air Purifier

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, your indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Pet dander, dust, carpets, cooking, fumes from aerosols, outdoor pollutants like pollen coming in through the HVAC system, etc., will have an impact on the air quality and consequently, your health. Reactions may range from irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, to headaches, dizziness and fatigue, depending on age and pre-existing medical conditions. For individuals suffering from allergies, asthma and other respiratory conditions, symptoms can tend to become very aggravated. The benefits of whole home air purifier systems can remove particulate matter and other hard-to-remove impurities and pollutants helping you breathe easier.

We hope this letter finds you and your loved ones well. We are reaching out to our customers to let you know we are thinking about you and are anxious for a time when we can return to business as usual.

To those of you who are medical professionals and first responders, our mail carriers, delivery personnel, and essential retailers, THANK YOU. We are grateful for everything that you do.

At Bi-County, the health and safety of our customers and staff is our top priority. We are open and ready to take care of all of your plumbing and HVAC needs. Bi-County is following all CDC and PA Department of Health Recommendations. Please rest assured of the following…

Common Sources of HVAC System Imbalance

Common Sources of HVAC System Imbalance

Does it feel like the temperature in your home varies from room-to-room? If you’ve noticed that some areas in the house are considerably cooler/warmer than others, this isn’t normal. While some may blame an old house for spotty heating, it could be a sign that you need to balance out the temperature in your home.

You expect your entire home to be comfortable, but over time an HVAC system imbalance can be caused by many factors. If it’s not one of the common problems mentioned in our previous Blog post How to Balance Out the Temperature in Your Home– PART ONE, the next likely cause is an unbalanced air conditioning and heating system

Balance Out the Temperature in Your Home

Is Your Heating Consistent Throughout Every Room?

If your family is like so many others in Pennsylvania, this is the time of year you start to notice some of the kinks in your home comfort system. Does it feel like the temperature in your home varies from room-to-room? If you’ve noticed that some areas in the house are considerably cooler/warmer than others, this isn’t normal. While some may blame an old house for spotty heating, it could be a sign of an issue that needs attention. You expect your entire home to be comfortable, but over time the HVAC system can be affected by the following…

Why doesn’t your heat turn on? What’s keeping your equipment from working property? And how serious is the problem?

When wintery weather hits in Pennsylvania, the last thing you want to come home to is a chilly house! At Bi-County Inc, we receive a lot of “no heat” calls at this time of year. It’s important to prepare for the cold and snow-dusted days ahead by knowing the most common signs of HVAC problems in cold weather. While there are several reasons your heating system might not be working, read on to find out what kind of difficulties happen most often, as well as what you can do to fix them.

Common Heating Problems & Solutions

Don’t Come Back to a Disaster After a Relaxing Break 

Test Your Sump Pump Before You Go Away From Home

Planning a trip away from home this holiday season? Your house doesn’t need as much attention as a pet, but it does need some consideration before it’s left alone for an extended period of time. Prevent potential problems so when you return from that amazing trip, you aren’t completely shocked back to reality with trouble at home…

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Bi-County Inc
10 North Kerns Ave
Chalfont, PA 18914

Phone: 215-822-0515
Fax: 215-822-7403

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