NEED AN OIL
OR PROPANE DELIVERY?
Get in touch with us right away. We'll get you filled up within a week!

Why Radiant Heat Warms so Effectively

boiler efficiency Grafton county, nh How you heat your home has a big impact on your comfort. It can also make a big difference in what you spend each month to keep comfortable. That’s a lot to think about if you’re planning a renovation or building or buying a new home. Boilers are one of the most common types of home heating equipment here in New Hampshire for good reason: They are efficient and effective at generating steady, consistent warmth.

Radiating Warmth

A boiler heats water, which generates steam and distributes it through pipes that heat the floors or walls in your rooms. The heat is transferred to people and objects in the room via infrared radiation, like heat from the sun. Because it doesn’t heat air, a radiant heat system is generally about 15% more efficient than other heating systems. Another nice benefit is that even ceramic tile floors are warm under your bare feet in the winter.

Another way boilers are more efficient than, say, a furnace, is that the water in the system is eventually recycled back to the boiler to be reheated and used again. Because it’s still hot—just not hot enough to produce steam—it takes less energy to reheat the water when it passes through the system each time.

What About Fuel?

You can choose a boiler designed to run on oil, propane and natural gas, or electricity. In our area, most homes use oil or gas for heat. Electric heat just takes much longer to reach a comfortable temperature and maintain it—driving up your energy usage. That means, even without geopolitics driving energy costs up, electricity costs you more.

Heating oil is a great option to run your boiler because oil has a higher BTU output per gallon, so you use it more slowly than propane. That means you could pay less to heat your house with heating oil, even if the per-gallon cost of propane is less.

Today, home heating oil is ultra-low sulfur. It burns much more cleanly, with significantly fewer particulate emissions even from the already low levels of the past few decades. What’s more, new heating oil boilers and furnaces now burn fuel 99.9% cleanly, according to studies conducted at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven Laboratory.

However, propane is also an excellent option, especially if you also want to run other appliances on propane. It’s the preferred fuel for cooking, and it’s great for all kinds of heating—washers and dryers, water heaters, spas and hot tubs—as well as for powering backup generators. Propane generates more Btus than an equivalent amount of electricity, and it delivers more than twice the Btus of natural gas, so you need much less propane to produce the same amount of heat or energy.

The Bottom Line

When it comes to heating your central New Hampshire, Pemi River’s knowledgeable team can help you choose the best equipment for your home, budget, and preferences. Not sure what’s the right choice for you? We’re happy to answer all your questions and walk you through your choices. And, we’ll install your equipment correctly to insure it keeps your home comfortable for decades to come.

Helping you keep your home warm and comfortable is our biggest priority. Contact us today for more information.

You Don’t Need to Be a Pro to Love Cooking with Gas

propane stove carroll county, nh There’s so much to consider when building or buying a new home. Some things are subjective and personal, such as architectural style, but others are more practical. Choosing a kitchen range is one of those. Of course, appearance and features are part of the decision, but so is efficiency—and performance, and that’s where propane stands out.

Benefits of Propane Gas Ranges

Tune into any cooking show, and you’ll never see a chef futzing with trying to heat a pot of skillet over an electric coil. Peek into the kitchen of your favorite restaurant—or sit at a chef’s table with a view of the culinary action—and you’ll see a gas-fired range. But you don’t need to be a professional chef to appreciate the benefits of cooking with a propane stove. Here’s how they compare:

  1. Control. An electric range will never provide the same control as cooking with gas. Think about why you opt for a propane grill instead of charcoal: you can adjust your flame with the turn of a knob. An electric burner doesn’t respond as quickly, taking more time to reduce or increase the heat. That means you can sear food quickly without overcooking it, and you can keep a delicate sauce at a subtle simmer without scorching.
  2. Cost. Propane burns extremely efficiently: it generates more Btus than an equivalent amount of electricity, so you need much less propane to produce the same amount of heat or energy. That means cooking with propane can be significantly less expensive than cooking with electricity.
  3. Reliability. Propane is a convenient, reliable fuel. You’ll always have a ready supply—especially if you sign up for convenient automatic deliveries. It works when the power is out, too, which means you can heat up some soup while you wait for the utility company to restore power. (Propane is great for running a whole-house generator, too, speaking of outages!)
  4. Clean. Recent stories about gas stoves and indoor air quality are a bit misleading: While natural gas stoves can potentially emit methane, a potent greenhouse gas, propane contains no methane. And, cooking of any kind creates particulate matter and affects indoor air quality, no matter what fuel is used. When it comes to environmental impact, propane gas is one of the greenest and most efficient fuels around. It produces minimal emissions.
  5. Domestic. Propane is also an American energy source. About 90% of the United States’ supply of propane is domestically generated. Most of it comes from the processing of natural gas—which is considered a greenhouse gas when burned. Propane is not considered a greenhouse gas. While electricity is also generated domestically, it’s the second-largest creator of greenhouse gases in the United States. That’s because most of our electricity supply is generated by coal-fired power plants. (Only the transportation sector creates more greenhouse gases.)

The bottom Line

As you can tell, cooking with propane gas is a smart choice for a lot of reasons. Here’s one more to consider: propane gives you a lot more versatility and choice when it comes to running other appliances in your home: water heating, laundry equipment and a range of other appliances can all be run by clean-burning efficient propane instead of electricity.

Want to learn more? The pros at Pemi River can answer all your questions, and help make adding a propane range and other appliances to your central New Hampshire home easy. Contact us today for more information.

Find Out the Best Way to Avoid Run-outs

propane supplier Carroll county, nh As the leaves turn, golden autumn days can suddenly turn nippy at night. Suddenly, you’re using appliances differently—simmering a pot of chili on the stove all day after months of quick summer suppers and grilling, or enjoying the glow of your propane fireplace on those cooler nights instead of cranking up your boiler just yet. If you’re a will-call propane customer, it’s important to know how to check your propane level, because those changes in usage can affect how quickly you’re using propane and how often you’ll need a delivery.

The good news is that checking the gauge on your propane tank is almost as easy as reading the fuel gauge in your car. Here’s what you need to know.

How to Read Your Gauge

If you have an above-ground propane storage tank, the gas gauge is right at the top of the tank, under a lid or dome. If you have an underground tank, the gauge will be near the fill pipe.

You’ll see a gauge that looks a lot like a speedometer, with numbers going around the edge, and a single pointer. The numbers indicate what percent of gas is in your tank.

Keep in mind that because propane needs room to expand, your tank will never be filled to more than 80%. Always call for a delivery before your tank falls below 20% so we have time to schedule a delivery before your tank gets too low. If your tank falls below a certain level, you could lose pressure, which can lead to problems with equipment.

Of course, it’s good to know how to check your tank level, but it’s an easy task to forget about. That’s why we give you an easier way to make sure you get propane deliveries when you need them—without having to remember to check your tank and call us for delivery. It’s our automatic delivery service.

The Convenience of Automatic Delivery

Pemi River offers automatic delivery service, so you don’t need to remember to schedule propane deliveries. Automatic deliveries mean you don’t have to worry about running out propane, and you can rest easy knowing we won’t let you run out.

Automatic delivery service makes things easier on our end too. We’re better able to plan deliveries, using the most efficient routes to get to everyone quickly. That saves time and money—savings we can pass on to you.

How Automatic Delivery Works

It’s not a crystal ball. We use a proven industry method to calculate your fuel use. We work with an algorithm that is based on your past usage and average daily temperatures to make sure we can fill your tank on time. You don’t even need to be home for the delivery.

For seasonal homeowners—and anyone who’s propane usage fluctuates a lot, we recommend our wireless propane monitor. It tracks the level of propane in your tank in real time, and transmits your usage via wireless cellular technology. When the tank gauge reaches a pre-set level, the monitor alerts us—and you—directly via a wireless mobile app.

Of course, we still believe in old-fashioned customer service. That’s why our friendly and local customer service representatives are always happy to take your call and answer any questions. Contact us today to sign up for worry-free automatic deliveries or ask about our propane monitors.

Propane Will Never Spoil—But Make Sure You Store It Right

propane expiration Belkna county, nh You probably know that if you leave a car with a tank full of gas, after about six months its chemical properties change, and it won’t burn properly.

Propane, on the other hand, will never “go bad.” That’s why propane is a smart choice for all kinds of appliances and equipment in your home, like water heaters, which you use all the time, but also for those you use sporadically, like space heaters and fireplaces. Propane is particularly smart for whole-house generators. Hopefully, you don’t need to use it often, but you don’t want to worry about the fuel not working in an emergency.

Propane Storage

While propane cannot expire, it’s important that the tank used for storage is maintained properly to avoid any problems. If you lease your propane storage tank from us, you do not have to worry, we take care of this for you. When it to comes to portable propane cylinders, however, you need to make certain that it conforms to Department of Transportation (DOT) safety standards. All DOT portable propane tanks must be recertified for use every 5 or 10 years, depending on the cylinder type, condition and previous recertification method. Learn more about recertifying a portable propane cylinder.

Can Propane Freeze?

If you’ve lived in central New Hampshire for a while, you know winters can serve up some frigid temperatures. Average lows are in the single digits around here in January.

People often ask us if they need to worry about their propane freezing, particularly in an above-ground tank. Fortunately, the freezing point of propane is -44 degrees Fahrenheit, so you don’t need to worry about your propane freezing.

Still, extremely cold temperatures can affect propane. Propane contracts when it’s cold. When it’s extremely cold outside, the volume of propane inside your aboveground propane tank will shrink, which creates a loss of pressure. The problem is, if the pressure becomes too low, the propane inside your tank will not be able to reach your gas burner. That means you may not be able to run your propane appliances, including your furnace or boiler, which can be very problematic in the winter. An underground tank will not be affected by cold because it’s insulated. The good news is that you can avoid low-pressure problems in your above ground tank.

3 Ways to Avoid Low-Pressure Problems

  1. Keep your propane tank at least 30% full to maintain positive pressure. If very cold weather is in the forecast, check your propane tank gauge and call us to schedule a delivery. (If you’re on automatic delivery, we’ll take the weather into account and there’s no need to call.)
  2. Don’t let snow build up on your propane tank. Clear it so sunlight can reach your tank and keep it warmer.
  3. If you use propane to heat your home, turn down your thermostat so your heating system doesn’t run as often, giving the pressure inside your propane tank a chance to rebuild.

Have more questions about versatile propane or propane safety or to set up automatic deliveries? Contact Pemi River Fuels today.

Pemi River Can Help You Keep Heating Costs Under Control

heating oil payment Grafton county, nh Winter seems months away—but it’s never too soon to start thinking about how to make winter heating bills manageable. Even though heating oil prices have moderated since last year, there’s no sure way to guarantee that they won’t spike again. From geopolitics to the weather, there are so many variables that can affect the price of heating oil. That’s why we offer several ways to help make sure you’re protected from price volatility. Think of it as a flu shot for heating costs: Even if prices do go up, you’ll be protected from those big fluctuations, no matter which option you choose.

Here’s everything you need to know about our heating oil payment options!

Monthly Budget Plan

Even when heating oil prices are at their lowest, most customers appreciate the convenience of our Monthly Budget Plan. That’s because it’s a smart way to manage winter heating oil costs and avoid unexpected high invoices, no matter how cold it gets or how much fuel you use. Plus, when you enroll in the Monthly Budget Plan, we’ll put you on our convenient, worry-free automatic delivery service.

Here’s how it works: We come up with an average based on your past fuel use. Then we spread your costs evenly over 11 months, cutting winter bills nearly in half and making it easier for you to budget your expenses.

Pre-buy Program

When you choose our Pre-buy Plan, you lock in a fixed price for the fuel you purchase up front for the season. We can help you determine the best amount of fuel you’ll need based on your past usage. This plan lets you take advantage of lower off-season pricing by locking in your per-gallon price ahead of the season, and eliminates worry over unexpected price jumps.

This plan also includes enrollment in our automatic delivery service. You don’t need to worry about heating costs—and you don’t need to worry about ordering fuel.

Fixed Price Program

Our Fixed Price Program for heating oil takes the Pre-buy Program one step farther. As with the Pre-buy, we agree on a fixed per-gallon price that lets you take advantage of lower, off-season prices. And, as with the Pre-buy plan, your price will not go higher than that rate. But, your price is locked in no matter how cold it gets and how much fuel you use.

The Bottom Line

Even a mild winter in New Hampshire delivers some wicked cold temperatures. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice comfort to keep heating costs down. Our budget friendly payment options let you save money and manage costs no matter what happens with heating oil prices next winter. It’s just one of the reasons families in Grafton and Belknap Counties have been trusting their comfort to Pemi River Fuels for more than 50 years.

If you’d like to sign up for a plan, enrollment is open now. Contact us to review your options and learn about all the ways we can help you save.

Some Help To Make Fuel Bills More Manageable

propane pricing new hampshireSo many things remain unpredictable these days. The weather. The news. The price of fuel. Energy prices have been surging nearly across the board—not just for the oil and propane to fuel your home, but also at the gas pump and at the grocery store, too. While we can’t control fuel prices at-large, we’re always looking for ways to help you keep costs manageable.

That said, our customers who were enrolled in one of our propane pricing plans were well protected from the worst of this past winter’s price spikes. We know too that every budget is different, and that’s why we offer multiple options for your propane needs. Read on to see how each works and discover the best option for you!

Our Monthly Budget Plan

Even when fuel prices are low, this plan always popular. That’s because it’s a smart way to manage winter propane—and heating oil—costs and avoid unexpected high invoices, no matter how cold it gets or how much fuel you use.

We use an average based on your past propane use to spread your costs evenly throughout the year, from July to April. As a result, you could see winter bills that are nearly 50% lower! And because you’re paying the same amount each month, it’s easier for you to budget your expenses.

The point of the plan is to keep your fuel costs level and manageable, so even if we have a particularly harsh winter or prices spike, you’ll avoid big fluctuations and surprise high bills.

Our Propane Pre-Buy Plan

With our Pre-Buy Plan, you buy your necessary propane gallons before the heating season begins. (Don’t worry, we won’t deliver it all at once!) This lets you take advantage of lower off-season pricing by locking in your per-gallon price ahead of time and eliminates unexpected price jumps. You’ll be automatically enrolled in our automatic fill service too, so you don’t even have to think about placing an order each time you need fuel!

Ready to enroll? Click here to get started.

Our Propane Fixed Price Program

Our Fixed Price Program for heating oil and propane is exactly what it sounds like! We agree on a set fixed price ahead of the heating season and you’re locked in at that price throughout the season. No matter what happens with fuel prices, your price won’t go over the fixed amount.

Ready to enroll? Click here to get started.

AutoPay Savings

When you enroll in AutoPay and pay within 10 days, we’ll give you a 20¢-discount per gallon. Seniors, active military members, and veterans who use AutoPay also get an extra discount of 3¢ a gallon!

What is AutoPay, exactly? It is a convenient option that charges your monthly propane bill to your credit card or deducts it from your checking or savings account. It knocks an item off your to-do list each month, too, without you having to mail in a check or visit our office to pay in cash.
 
Making life easier for you is important to us. That’s why our propane pricing and payment programs are designed to take the worry out of heating season by making your bills more predictable and manageable. Contact us today to find out more about how we can make your life easier! Whether you need service, installation, propane, or heating oil delivery, Pemi River Fuels is here for you.

Get to Know the Energy-Saving Benefits of this Versatile Fuel

gas appliances  Carroll county, nh Whether you’re shopping for a new home or planning to make some renovations and upgrades, price and value are probably guiding many of your decisions. When it comes to appliances, energy efficiency is a key factor in the price/value calculation. If you’ve never lived in a propane-fueled home before, you might not know that propane delivers exceptional performance and efficiency at a much lower cost than electricity.

Most people hear “propane” and think grills. They’re often surprised to learn how many household appliances and other equipment run off propane . Propane generates more Btus than an equivalent amount of electricity, so you need much less propane to produce the same amount of heat or energy. Also, propane appliances waste very little fuel in the combustion process, for a smaller carbon footprint than oil or electricity and great value.

The Efficiency of Propane

If you’re looking to enhance your home’s value and improve efficiency, propane appliances are a savvy choice. Here’s why:

Water Heaters: Water heating is a big percentage of home energy bills—especially when you consider how much hot water a household uses: bathing, laundry, dishwashing. An energy-efficient propane water heater can help you reduce your energy costs, and perform better too. Tankless water heaters save energy by instantly heating water when you need it, rather than keeping a large tank hot all the time. As a result, you can enjoy virtually unlimited hot water—while seeing savings of up to 40%!

Cooking and Grilling: Nothing beats the precision and control you get cooking with gas. That’s why it’s the first choice of professional chefs in the kitchen—and on the patio. Recent stories about gas stoves and indoor air quality are a bit misleading: While natural gas stoves can potentially emit methane, a potent greenhouse gas, propane contains no methane. And, cooking of any kind creates particulate matter and affects indoor air quality, no matter what fuel is used.

Outdoor Living: Adding safe and efficient propane patio heaters can let you enjoy your outdoor spaces earlier in the spring and later into the autumn. Fire pits and fire bowls become an attractive focal point and gathering space for entertaining friends and family. And propane-fueled pool and spa heaters will warm up the water much faster than an electric heater, and maintain the temperature better once the water is warm. As a result, propane pool heaters help you keep heating costs under control, while letting you enjoy your pool or spa more.

Indoor fireplaces: A propane fireplace brings all the ambiance and warmth of a wood-burning fireplace to any room, without the mess, smoke and ash. And unlike a traditional fireplace, you can install a propane-fueled fireplace just about anywhere: living room, dining room, bedroom, even the kitchen. Imagine the luxe, spa-like glamour of a fireplace in your master bath!

Generators: When storms knock out power, a propane-fueled backup generator will keep your lights on, your refrigerator running and everything else powered up until the utility companies can make repairs.

Ready for Propane?

Whether you are refurbishing your existing home, shopping for a new place, building your dream house, or just looking for ways to reduce your fuel bills, propane provides great value. Pemi River’s team of pros have the experience and knowledge to answer all your questions and help make adding propane to your Central New Hampshire home easy. We’ll make sure you have the right size propane storage tank for your needs, and provide with great propane services like automatic delivery, smart payment plans to help keep costs manageable and so much more.

Contact us for more information today.

A Service Plan Is More Than Just a Tune-up

equipment service plan Belkna county, nh If you think service plans are just for breakdowns, think again. Our comprehensive protection plans are designed to help you save money, even if you never have a break-down.

That’s because every equipment protection plan we offer includes a seasonal tune-up. Your heating system is one of the largest investments you make in your home, and the tune-up is key to keeping it performing at peak efficiency. That means you’ll burn fuel more efficiently and keep heating costs down. In dollars, that can add up to 10% savings on heating costs.

Regular system maintenance also protects the warranty on your heating equipment. Most heating and cooling equipment warranties require routine professional service as a precondition; skip your tune-up and your manufacturer’s warranty could be voided, leaving you to pay out of pocket for expenses that would have been covered.

An annual tune-up by a trained pro ensures small problems get corrected before they become expensive breakdowns. Regular maintenance also extends the life of your equipment—an investment you don’t want to have to make again too soon.

We’ve Got You Covered

A service plan is more than just a seasonal tune-up. We offer a couple options to suit most budgets and provide the right level of protection based on your system, and your needs. For less than the cost of most repairs, our Economy Comfort plan offers generous discounts on parts and labor, including for emergency repairs. It’s ideal for keeping newer equipment running like new longer. For even more peace of mind, our Select Comfort service plans is more comprehensive. It covers parts and labor for nearly 70 repairs and 24/7 emergency service. It’s a smart choice for older systems that are more prone to breakdowns as they age.

Here’s what our equipment protection plans include:

The Select Comfort Service Plan:

The Economy Comfort Service Plan includes:

The Bottom Line

Whichever plan you choose, you’ll save money—even if you never have a problem with your equipment. In fact, keeping you trouble-free is the main idea of our service plans.

But, when you consider the cost of a single repair—on average, a furnace or boiler repair can cost between $300 and $400—there’s no smart argument against a service plan. Between the energy efficiency savings and the cost of a tune-up, a service plan pays for itself from the start. (Now is a smart time to get your tune-up, by the way.)

Contact us to learn more about our service plans. We’ll be happy to talk you through the options to find the best plan for you.

Finding the Best Water Heating Solution for Your Home

water heaters grafton county, nh Ask a homeowner what they think their biggest energy expense is, and they’ll likely tell you it’s home heating. But the fact is, it’s water heating that can represent as much as 30% of energy bills, or even more.

When you consider that between bathing and showering, washing dishes, laundry, cleaning and other tasks, the typical American household is paying to heat between 60 and 65 gallons of hot water a day. It just makes sense to look for peak efficiency when it comes to heating water!

Any new water heater will be more efficient than older technology, but in addition to efficiency, you need to consider what’s powering that equipment. Some forms of energy are more efficient than others when it comes to heating water. Let’s detail some of that:

Electric Water Heaters

There are limited options if you want a high-efficiency electric water heater. One of the only types of electric water heater certified by Energy Star is a heat pump—also called hybrid-type— water heater. They’re more expensive to buy and install, and they aren’t ideal for long cold New Hampshire winters and short summers.

That’s because since they work by pulling heat from the surrounding air, so they’ll have to work a lot harder around here, which will end up costing you more money in energy expenditure. They also need a lot of space around them and need to be in an area of your home with a consistent temperature between 40 and 90 degrees. Really, the only reason to go with an electric heat pump model in northern New England is if you don’t have access to propane or gas readily available.

Propane Water Heaters

If you want choices, a propane water heater is the way to go. Propane generates more Btus than an equivalent amount of electricity, so you need much less propane to produce the same amount of heat or energy.

For example, propane water heaters generate much more hot water at a cheaper cost per gallon. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, homes that heat water with propane rather than electricity can see average annual savings of $174—or more!

And with propane, you can choose from more types of water heaters, without sacrificing efficiency.

A high-efficiency tank-type water heater is a more efficient version of the classic storage tank type. They use 10% to 20% less energy than their less-efficient cousins, which translates to as much as $140 in savings annually.

For even more efficiency, consider a high-efficiency tankless style. Tankless propane water heaters—also known as on-demand water heaters—instantly heat water when you need it, rather than keeping a large tank hot all the time. The result is virtually unlimited hot water!

Are There Benefits to Going Tankless?

While tankless models can be more expensive, all that efficiency means you’ll lowering your energy costs by as much as 40%. Because there’s no need for a large tank, they don’t require much space—considerably less room than a 55-gallon tank. Most are about the size of a suitcase.

They can also be wall-mounted, which means a tankless water heater can be placed just about anywhere in the house, including closets and crawl spaces. Finally, they are a good investment. Because it doesn’t store water, a tankless water heater will last 18 to 20 years on average. The primary culprit in the limited lifespan of a conventional water heater is the corrosive water stored in its tank.

Looking to Upgrade Your Water Heater? Call Pemi River Fuels Today!

If you’ve decided a propane water heater is the best choice for you, the pros at Pemi River Fuels have the experience and knowledge to help you select the right size and type of water heater for your home.

We offer top-quality models from Rinnai that help you maximize energy efficiency when heating your water—and can help you save with generous rebates. Contact us today to get started.

How to Spot if Your Tank is On the Verge of Failure

oil tank problems grafton county, nh You probably haven’t thought about your oil tank in a while. After all, if it’s not empty, it shouldn’t even cross your mind. And in most cases, that’s perfectly fine! Heating oil tanks are built to last a long time. But eventually, they do need to be replaced.

Waiting until your tank fails is not the best way to find out it’s time to replace it. The hassle and expense of remediating an oil spill is a lot bigger than the cost of simply replacing an aging tank. Here are the telltale signs that your heating oil tank is leaking—or could start soon:

  1. Damp Spots:The first sign your oil tank is leaking is a damp spot on the tank. Usually, they will appear on the underside of your tank or along the seam at the bottom of the tank. As the leak gets worse, oil may travel up the side of the tank.
  2. Paint Problems: Blistering in the paint on the underside of the tank is a sign the tank is compromised. Condensation on the outside of the tank, even after a delivery, is also a warning sign.
  3. Sticky Drips: If the leak goes undetected, black icicle-like deposits or sticky drips will form on the underside of the tank. You may or may not notice an oil smell in combination with this.
  4. Floor Stains: Reddish black spots will appear on the floor underneath the area. Depending on how long the leak goes undetected, an oil stain will begin to develop on the floor.

What’s the Typical Lifespan of an Oil Tank?

So how long should your oil storage last—and when should you think about getting a new one? The honest answer is “it depends.” A variety of factors can influence the lifespan of your heating oil tank including its age, the attention to routine maintenance, and the quality of its construction. The good news is that modern heating oil storage tanks have come a long way from designs of the past, offering virtually leak-proof performance for decades.

The bottom line is that a new heating oil tank costs far less than the expense of an oil spill or cleanup. If you think it’s time to replace your tank, contact the local professionals at Pemi River Fuels today to learn more about expert oil tank replacement, installation, and removal in Central New Hampshire.