New Market Heating Oil Delivery
Expect the BEST New Market 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 New Market 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!
ECOPlus heating oil is revolutionizing the way you previously though about heating your home with diesel. ECOPlus lowers sulfur emissions, reduces tank bottom sediment build-up, extends the life of your furnace AND burns more efficiently—and it’s ONLY available at Tevis Energy! When you become a Will Call customer, you’ll have access to ECOPlus at no extra charge and have your fuel delivered the next dar OR SOONER, no matter what time of year it is. When you become an Automatic customer, it gets EVEN better—you now have access to 24/7 emergency service and a reliable company to calculate your heating oil usage FOR YOU, so you never have to worry about running out again. How do you sign up? Why, just click here!
New Market is a historical town located within the boundaries of Frederick County, Maryland. The town first began to develop in the mid-18th century, along a trade road that emerged between Baltimore City and Frederick City. This trad road was once called the National Road, or Gateway to the West, and is now known as U.S. Route 40 (extending from coast to coast). New Market was meant to become an integral stopping point for settlers traveling west, but it remained fairly small due to disputes between Nicholas Hall and William Plummer, to men who owned land in and adjacent to New Market. 1793 could technically be cited as the official date of settlement, since that is when the first lots for homes were sold. Eventually, the initial dream for New Market to become a vital stopping place in Frederick, Maryland began to come to fruition. Now approximately 650 folks reside in New Market and many more visit every year, eager to see the self-proclaimed “Antiques capital of Maryland.” In 1975 the historic district of New Market was finally put on to the National Register of Historic Places by the United Stated Department of the Interior.