Heating Oil Delivery Scotland, PA, 17254

Scotland Heating Oil Delivery

Scotland 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.

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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:

Chambersburg, Fayetteville, Greenvillage, New Franklin, Shippensburg

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

Scotland Heating Oil Delivery:

Scotland Fuel Oil

Scotland Fuel Oil

Scotland, PA might be far away from the country it is named after, but it still endures chilly weather throughout the year. Unfortunately, the snow, ice, sleet and frigid temperatures that Scotland faces lead to steep heating bills. Penn-Mar Oil Company is proud to provide the greater Scotland area with affordable, responsive, clean burning heating oil all winter long.

Scotland, PA is a cozy community in Greene Township, Franklin County. As the name would suggest, the town is named after Scotland, which was the ancestral home of one of the first settlers in the town. The population today sits just over 1,400 residents. Scotland is located near Chambersburg and Carlisle, and it is bordered by the Conococheague Creek. The creek’s name comes from the Delaware Indian term meaning “many-turns-river.” The Creek enters the Potomac River in Maryland and forms the area of the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road crossing at William’s Ferry.

If the town’s name sounds familiar, it might be because there is also a movie called Scotland, PA. The move is set in Scotland, PA at a fast food restaurant in the 1970s and it is a modern version of Macbeth. While the movie didn’t perform spectacularly at the box office, the town gathered some tourists as a result.

The town also was home to the Scotland School for Veterans’ Children until 2009. The school was first created after the Civil War to house orphaned children. It was later converted into a school for kids in grades 3-12 with veterans and active duty service members in their immediate family.

If you are a Scotland, PA homeowner in need of a more cost-effective and high-quality way to keep your home warm during the coldest months of the year, 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/Scotland,_Pennsylvania

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conococheague_Creek

https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-2002-02-15-0202150389-story.html