Dover Heating Oil Delivery
Expect the BEST Dover Heating Oil Delivery from Tevis Energy!
Quality, Integrity, Response isn’t just a slogan, it’s the way Tevis has been doing business in Maryland and Pennsylvania since 1932! Because each and every employee believes and operates by these core values, Tevis Energy is truly unequaled in its ability to deliver quality heating oil to thousands of customers, next-day or sooner, at fair and honest prices!
Our Dover 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)
- Peace of Mind Knowing You Can Trust in Tevis!
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!
Do you want a reliable heating oil company with family-based values that match your own AND that has affordable next day or sooner service once you become a will call customer? Of course you do! That’s why you should click here and start getting your heating oil from Tevis Energy. We offer the quality you deserve without messy contracts or hidden fees.
You may have heard of the borough of Dover, which is located in York County, Pennsylvania and is home to about 2,007 individuals according to records from the most recent national census. The settlement which founded the borough, now known as Dover, is quite old! It was settled in 1764 when the land was purchased by James Joner and named Jonerstown. In 1815, the name was officially changed to Dover and was incorporated as a borough of York County 100 years after its settlement in 1864. Dover has, in total, about 0.5 square miles of complete land area. Dover borough is encompassed by a township that shares its namesake, known as Dover Township. The Englehart Melchinger House is one of Dover’s most popular historical attractions and it’s a modern example of the Greek Revival and Italianate design styles that were popular in the 19th century when Englehart Melchinger, a famous business man, would have owned it.
Aside from being a businessman, Englehart also served as the postmaster for Dover when his father died in 1834. This building has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. Dover’s geographical boundaries have a boxy shape. Dover is located just north-west of York and can be reached from York by following Route 74 in the northward direction, passing through the community of Shiloh to get there. Dover itself occurs where Route 921 (also known as east Canal Road) and Route 74 meet. The borough is home to two parks: Dover Community Park, located next to Dover Area High School, and Alda Ketterman Park, which is located next to Dover Elementary School. Brookside Park is larger than both Dover and Alda, but is located slightly east, outside the borough’s borders.