In fairness to all, we don't discuss pricing on the Wall. Thanks for your cooperation.
Lost heat 6-8 weeks ago. Oil company came out and replaced fuel pump. Went from a 2 line pump to a single line pump. Two weeks later, no heat again. Tech came out and said the compression fitting on the line was leaking, he checked the rest of the line to the tank and it was fine. He tightened the fitting and all seemed ok for a week. Tech came out again and replaced the compression fitting with a fitting that only allows oil to flow in one direction. Everything seemed fine for about 10 days. Tech came out said the new fitting needed to be tightened and system was up and running again. An hour later the office called and said I needed to replace my lines from the tank to the furnace and the cost would be over $400. They recommended that I get the work done before I had another failure. Two days later, no heat. At this time I have lost all confidence in my oil company. I am without heat and reluctant to call them again. Do I really need to replace the lines or do I need to replace my oil company? Please help!