Wrightsville, PA – 17368
Heating Oil Delivery
Tevis Energy has been delivering heating oil next day or sooner to homes and businesses in Maryland and Pennsylvania since 1932. Family owned and locally operated, we take pride our longstanding reputation for outstanding customer service and superior fuel quality. All of which is delivered to you for a fair price.
Our customers enjoy:
- Flexible Monthly Payment Options
- Will-Call or Automatic Style Delivery
- Referral Account Credits
- Anytime Account Access
- Peace of Mind Knowing You Can Trust in Tevis!
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The Wrightsville area is absolutely stunning, seated right on the western banks of the Susquehanna River in York County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Route 462 runs through the center of Wrightsville and over the Susquehanna, connecting the borough with Columbia, PA. John Wright inspired the name “Wrightsville,” since he was one of the first people to begin settling in the area during 1729 (wow, that’s early)! Wright applied for a received a patent in 1733, which prompted him to begin ferrying other potential settlers across the Susquehanna and to the area now known as Wrightsville. As the 18th century progressed, Wrightsville became an important resting point for many who intended to travel westward. It became so important that it underwent a brief consideration by President George Washington, along with the Columbia area, to become the capital of the United States.
To get rid of the tiring ferry service, the first bridge was constructed in 1814. It was soon decimated by a combination of ice and flooding in 1832, which inspired the construction of a covered bridge in 1834. Unfortunately, that bridge also met a sad fate—Confederate forced burned it in 1863. Yet ANOTHER bridge was destroyed a few years later by a windstorm, which had served as a replacement to the burned covered bridge. Eventually, a proper, sturdy bridge was constructed called the Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge, but it was eventually razed due to a railroad restructure and obsolescence. The Route 462 is the bridge that folks use today. After the town’s incorporation in 1834, it became to boom economically, but still kept a small-town-by-the-river atmosphere.