For decades heating oil has been the standard for running the furnace or boiler in your home or business. It has proven to be a safe and reliable fuel, used in thousands of homes and commercial buildings throughout the area.READ MORE
Propane fuels a number of appliances; hot water, generators, ovens, dryers, and fireplaces, whatever your needs are, talk to us about what propane can do. We have you covered from installation to residential home delivery.READ MORE
We sell and install both heating oil and propane home heating systems. Dorr Oil also provides maintenance and repair services. You also get 24/7 emergency service so that you’re not left in the cold, even on the holidays.READ MORE
Active and Retired Military Personnel and First Responders can fill up for less with year-round savings from Dorr Oil and Propane!
Did you know? According to Vermont regulations, an un-inspected fuel oil tank CANNOT be filled after August 15, 2020. You must confirm that your fuel oil tank has been checked by a Vermont Certified Tank Inspector within the past three years. If your tank has not been inspected in that timeframe, make sure to schedule an appointment with us soon! Our certified team of service technicians can assure your tank is up to speed and ready for the seasons ahead.
A locally run business, servicing the towns we live in, offering personalized service you can depend on. We know the main roads and the back roads, we live here, we don’t need directions. We're your neighbors, too!READ MORE
Dorr Oil can provide you with the heating oil and propane you need to keep your home warm and comfortable no matter how cold it gets outside.
We can make sure you have the best heating equipment for your home, and provide the professional service to keep it in top running order.LEARN MORE
Posted on: June 20, 2022
Why Is It So Important? There are a lot of terms that get used when talking about clean energy and climate change-focused goals. One of them is achieving “Net Zero Emissions”. But what does that mean? In short, it’s about hitting a balance between emissions produced and emissions taken out of the atmosphere. For example, […]READ MORE