Very Good! Prompt! The driver was very courteous."
George, New Milford CT
Driver was on time, called before arrival. Very accommodating and polite. "
Keith, Monroe CT
Last years pellets were WONDERFUL! We saved 600 gallons of oil and for the first time in 12 years we were warm! Many Thanks . . . A VERY SATISFIED Customer!!"
Anonymous, Manchester NH
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