Airville Heating Oil Delivery
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Our Airville Heating Oil customers enjoy:
- Will-Call or Automatic Delivery
- Flexible Monthly Payment Options
- Referral Account Credits
- Anytime Account Access
- Loyalty Rewards Points (with Automatic Delivery)
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Great Heating Oil Service and Savings!
You don’t need to sacrifice great service for an affordable heating oil price! Tevis will be there when you need us, and you’ll get unmatched comfort, quality, and convenience at fair and affordable oil prices!
Airville’s scenery and temperate weather near the Mason-Dixon line is wonderful in the summer, but in the winter you need to be able to affordably and effectively heat your home once those strong winter winds rush in. Never fear, Tevis Energy is here! By clicking here, you’ll get heating oil from a dependable and trusted provider throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Airville is located in Pennsylvania’s York County and is often distinguished in the area by its beautiful roadside flowers, which are featured on the unincorporated community’s own Wikipedia page. Using data from the most recent U.S. census in 2010, it is estimated that about 3100 individuals reside in Airville, PA. While some communities are encompassed totally by one township, Airville features residents from three! Peach Bottom, Lower Chanceford and Fawn Townships all cut into Airville’s borders and community. Airville is very close to Lancaster County, PA, separated only by Pennsylvania’s famous Susquehanna River. The river attracts many visitors, along with the scenic rolling hills and Norman Wood Bridge.
This bridge is unique because it is part of Route 372, a Pennsylvania state route, and bridges York County with Lancaster County. The bridge first was opened for public use in 1968 and was named for Norman Wood, an elected official in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives who served for over 40 years! The bridge had to be closed briefly in 2015 after a crack was found in one of the bridge’s steel girders by a state inspector. In less than two months, both lanes of the bridge had been reopened for public use. Besides the bridge, Airville is also known for its great wilderness and accompanying campgrounds. Consider visiting the Indian Steps Museum or the Otter Creek Campground, which run alongside the Susquehanna River and Route 425 as main attractions for those who come to Airville.