Our team is happy to answer any questions our customers have. Here are a few common queries and their answers, provided to save you time and energy. If you have further questions, please contact us online or call (207) 363-2770. Our customer service team will be glad to provide you with a detailed and accurate answer.
A – Give us a call at (207) 363-2770! We are available to work with you to diagnose and fix your problem 24 hours a day. If you need to contact us and it’s not an emergency, please use our Contact Us page. We’ll be sure to get back to you promptly.
A – We can! We are proud to deliver clean and premium off-road diesel to boats in our service area. No matter how much fuel you need, our supply is readily available. Ready to place a fuel delivery request for your boat? Click here.
A – If you’re monitoring your own levels of home heating oil, please request a delivery when your tank is down to 1/2 to 1/4 of its fuel capacity. If you’d like us to handle your oil tank monitoring, sign up for our automatic delivery option and ditch the responsibility of keeping track. We will monitor your tank levels and refill your tank automatically when it’s time. You never have to worry about remembering to place your order, or worse: running out of fuel! Click here to place your home heating oil order.
A – We offer a variety of high-efficiency fuel options. Since every customer has different needs, there’s not necessarily a clear-cut answer for which fuel you should choose. We are, however, pleased to take your call at (207) 363-2770 so we can discuss the benefits of each fuel and determine the right fit for you! Click here to get a head start and learn more about the fuels we offer.
A – In short, kerosene is no more dangerous than any other fuel. Kerosene is a great option for customers who live in mobile homes or have outdoor fuel tanks. However, homeowners and business owners alike should always remember that heating equipment and its fuel should always be monitored and serviced to ensure maximum safety.
Kerosene has a bad reputation because when it burns, it consumes oxygen. When a kerosene heater is burned for a long time in a small, unventilated place, the lack of oxygen can be dangerous to residents. However, with proper ventilation and common-sense safety, kerosene is as safe as any other fuel you may choose. It has the added benefit of being resistant to gelling, a chemical reaction that happens when fuels are exposed to cold weather. Since gelling can cause damage to fuel lines and require costly repairs, kerosene is a favorite in colder climates like New England. Click here to place your kerosene order!