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#2 Heating Oil

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.
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Propane

Propane fuels a number of appliances; hot water, generators, ovens, dryers, grills, and fireplaces, whatever your needs are, talk to us about what propane can do. We have you covered from installation to residential home delivery.
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Today's Fuel Prices*
#2 Home Heating Fuel
$2.949
K-1 Kerosene
$3.4999
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Why PitStop Fuels

PitStop Fuels beginnings date back to 1986 when the Lampron family founded Lampron Energy in West Gorham. Lampron Energy has evolved over the many years since then by becoming a full service heating fuel and propane retailer and equipment service vendor.

A locally run business, servicing the towns we live in, offering personalized service where you can talk to the owner. We know the main roads and the back roads, we live here, we don’t need directions. Thank you for giving us a try.

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Servicing neighborhoods across Southern Maine

PitStop Fuels 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.

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The PitStop Fuels Blog

Need Help With Your Heating Bills This Season?

Posted on: October 18, 2021

Pitstop Fuels and Energy Assistance Programs Are Here to Help. The ripple effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be felt here in and around the Greater Portland area. Times have been tough for a lot of people. Many are still trying to recover from unemployment, underemployment, and a stunted tourist season last year. The […]

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