Pemi River Fuels provides safe, reliable fuel delivery service of heating oil, diesel fuel, and kerosene to communities across Grafton and Belknap Counties, including:
Heating oil is a safe and fiscally smart way to keep your New Hampshire home warm.
Think about how brutally cold it can get here—and what it’s like to come home to a cold house. Heating oil gets your home warm faster than any other fuel source, so you enjoy unbeatable comfort!
While heating oil remains safe and affordable, it has changed a great deal since your parents’ and grandparents’ day. Today’s heating oil has 33% fewer greenhouse gas emissions than the heating oil of 40 years ago. And its energy efficiency has improved so much that it can operate at 95% efficiency in your home’s heating system!
As a Pemi River Fuels customer, you choose how you get your heating oil delivered. Our customers’ most popular choice is Automatic Delivery, for one simple reason. There’s nothing to it! No work, no worry, no more having to check your tank gauge level or schedule a delivery. Once you enroll in our Automatic Delivery plan, we monitor your heating oil usage and current weather conditions so that we can accurately schedule a delivery to your home before you run low. We won’t leave you in the cold!
A wide range of businesses and institutions here in New Hampshire rely on diesel fuels to get their work done or run generators to keep the power on. Those include:
Diesel runs everything from commercial mowers to plow trucks to first responders’ vehicles. These companies, school districts, governments and institutions need diesel, they know that Pemi River Fuels is the provider they can trust.
Do you use kerosene to keep your New Hampshire home or business warm and comfortable? If so, you may have discovered that finding a dependable kerosene fuel supplier is a bit of a challenge. Not to mention that the average low temperature in January here in Plymouth gets down to around 5°. Outlying areas can get much colder. And that’s not even factoring in cold snaps. The record low in Plymouth is -33°!
This harsh winter cold can be a major problem when No. 2 heating oil, the most common heating oil, is stored in outdoor tanks. Cold temperatures can create a problem called gelling. That’s when heating oil thickens in the cold. And when heating oil gels, it can reduce or even block the flow of fuel into your heating system. If that happens, your system may shut down, leaving you in the cold and facing an emergency service call and repairs. Kerosene, on the other hand, doesn’t gel. No matter how low the temperature sinks, your home or business will have fuel for heating.
Do you want a company that provides safe and reliable fuel delivery, with prompt and courteous service? Look no further than Pemi River Fuels! Become a customer today and begin enjoying the fact that you can count on us!