Reliable Oil Heating Burners & Kits

Discover top-quality options in oil burners at F.W. Webb. An oil burner connects to a furnace, boiler, or water heater, burning oil to produce hot air for a home or commercial facility. Each component in our selection is made in cast aluminum, a sturdy material that can stand up to normal everyday use. Use our helpful filters to sort oil heating burners and kits by size, fuel, and product type. Explore oil burners from trusted makers Weil-McLain, Burnham, Carlin, and Buderus to find the right model for your space.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do oil burners use a lot of electricity?

Oil burners don't use a lot of electricity; they take only about 1500 watts to run, while a traditional electric furnace uses at least 15,000 watts.

Are new oil burners easier to maintain than gas?

While there are advantages and disadvantages to both gas and oil burners, there are benefits to an oil-fueled system.

  • The start-up cost of an oil burner is 25% less than a gas unit.
  • A full tank of oil available in the backyard adds a feeling of security.
  • There are no service disruptions with oil fuel; system failures and pipeline leaks can occur on occasion with gas tanks.