Heating Oil Delivery Chambersburg, PA, 17201

Chambersburg Heating Oil Delivery

Chambersburg Heating Oil Delivery

Penn Mar Oil Company has been providing quality heating oil and fuel products to families and business owners in Franklin, Cumberland, and Washington counties since 1936! Family owned and locally operated, we only provide quality fuels while keeping our pricing fair. Fuel delivery service is available for furnaces, boilers, and homes with oil hot water heaters.

Our fuel product line includes on-road diesel, off-road diesel, gasoline and kerosene for homes, businesses, farms, manufacturing and commercial fuel delivery service. Click or call for more information.

We look forward to having you as a Penn Mar Oil Company customer!

Waynesboro Main Office

122 Madison Avenue
Waynesboro, PA 17268

Phone: 717-762-3811
Fax: 717-762-3664
Email: info@pennmaroil.com


Chambersburg Area

Phone: 717-264-7514


Hagerstown Area

Phone: 800-669-0539

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We deliver to these towns in Maryland and Pennsylvania:

Fayetteville, Greenvillage, New Franklin, Saint Thomas, Scotland

For information and pricing for heating oil delivery in Chambersburg call or email us today!

Chambersburg Heating Oil Delivery:

Chambersburg Fuel Oil

Chambersburg Fuel Oil

Chambersburg, PA is a lovely Franklin County community in the Cumberland Valley. Every winter, Chambersburg residents experience snow, ice, sleet and freezing temperatures. Thankfully, homeowners don’t need to waste money on high energy bills. Penn-Mar Oil Company provides the greater Chambersburg, PA area with affordable, clean-burning heating oil all winter long.

Chambersburg Borough is currently the 13th-largest municipality in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the population sits around 21,000 residents. While it’s a large city today, it comes from humble origins in the early 1700s. In 1730, Scots-Irish immigrants built a grist mill and sawmill where Falling Spring Creek intersected with Conococheague Creek. A settlement popped up around the mill called Falling Spring.

With the addition of roads over the course of the mid-1700s, the town continued to grow. Chambersburg was part of the frontier during the French and Indian War. The town was officially laid out in 1764 and divided into lots. Scots-Irish Presbyterians and German Protestants were the first to purchase lots in the budding city.

Throughout the American Revolution, Chambersburg citizens played a role in the success of the Continental Troops. Captain James Chambers was one of the first non-New Englanders to join the siege of Boston. President George Washington, while leading troops against rebels, stayed overnight in the town in October 1794.

Chambersburg, PA was first incorporated in 1803 and declared the County Seat. The “Old Jail” established around the same time survived a major fire and is now the oldest standing jail building in Pennsylvania. During the Civil War era, Chambersburg was a stop on the Underground Railroad. Numerous schools educated African American children despite the illegality of doing so. The attitudes of the city made it a hot target for the Confederate Army, who burned multiple buildings in the city, stole property and ammunition and invaded the area at least three times throughout the war.

In the aftermath of the war, Chambersburg was reconstructed. However, the Civil War left an indelible mark on the town. In 1878, a Memorial Fountain was dedicated in the town square. The Civil War invasions and burnings of Chambersburg remain part of the city’s identity today.

If you are a Chambersburg, PA homeowner in need of a more efficient way to keep your home warm during the winter months, we can help. Penn-Mar Oil Company is here to help. To learn more about our services or schedule a delivery today, give us a call at (717) 276-9623

Source Links:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chambersburg,_Pennsylvania
https://visitpa.com/pa/chambersburg/history-heritage
https://www.pacivilwartrails.com/stories/tales/the-burning-of-chambersburg