Top-Notch Fuel Products
When it comes to fuel, Timmons Oil Inc in Orrstown, PA provides the finest. With a combination of unparalleled expertise, top-notch products, and honest customer service, we have become the unanimous choice for all types of fuels in the community. We have dedicated and trusted employees who have been with us for many years.
Used mainly on farms and construction sites in our area, off-road diesel is similar to heating oil, but with a substantial amount of sulfur removed, per government regulations. We work with our suppliers in adding the proper amount of lubricity and cetane additives during both summer and winter to provide a premium product.
Referred to as #1 oil, it is mainly used in outside heating tanks and many mobile home tanks. Kerosene will not gel in colder temperatures but is usually more expensive. Kerosene is delivered two days each week in the winter and once a week in the summer months.
Commonly referred to as #2 fuel oil, it is the primary source of heat for many residential homes and businesses in Franklin County and surrounding areas. We deliver in most areas every day of the week, except Sundays.
Mixed heating is fuel oil mixed with an additive to help combat the gelling of #2 fuel oil in outside tanks during the winter time. While not as effective as kerosene, it is considerably less expensive.
B-2 On-Road Diesel
We have a 24-hour on-road diesel pump located on our premises. This requires a specialized card assigned from Timmons Oil. For those customers who want the convenience of having road fuel on site, we deliver three days each week throughout the county. On-road fuel also has the same additive package as our off-road diesel fuel.
Our minimum delivery is 150 gallons. If you request a fill-up of your tank and it doesn’t hold the 150-gallon minimum, that’s ok. You won’t be charged any extra fees.
Requesting a Delivery
Most customers call our office when in need of a delivery. Ideally, customers should call to schedule a delivery when their tank is between a quarter to half full to ensure the tank doesn’t run empty before we can deliver.