Alexandria Energy Products -
Provides Fuel & Heating Oil to Central PA
Huntingdon and Central PA Trusts Alexandria Energy Products
Alexandria Energy Products (AEP) is a sister company of I-Deihl Wheels, providing Alexandria and Huntingdon areas with fuel and home heating oil. Call us at (814) 669-4543 for more information or to schedule an oil delivery.
Do Not Let Central PA Winters Leave You Out in the Cold
Established in 2010, Alexandria Energy Products has years of service supplying heating oil and energy services on a regular schedule to our Central PA clients, including those in Huntingdon. AEP’s low operating costs mean lower costs for you. Call us at (814) 669-4543 to discuss your best deal in oil heating products.
Stay Warm in the Winter with Heating Oil from Alexandria Energy
Oil is one of the most convenient ways for businesses and residents in the Alexandria region, including Petersburg, to stay warm. Alexandria Energy Products is your solution for affordable heating solutions, and we are a LIHEAP-approved vendor. Call today to find out more or to schedule your next delivery with us.
LIHEAP Helps You Pay for Warmth
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) assists low-income households in paying their heating bills by giving them a cash grant. Crisis grants are also available in emergency situations. Alexandria Energy Products is an approved vendor with the program. Click here to find out more, and to apply.
Frequently Asked Questions
A – Our minimum order quantity for heating oil is 100 gallons.
A – Yes. We offer automatic delivery of all of our fuel products.
A – Yes. We offer a five cent per gallon discount to senior citizens,veterans, and individuals who volunteer a significant amount of time for the benefit of the community. Examples of volunteers are volunteer firefighters, ambulance personnel, and youth advisors and coaches. You must request this discount when you place your order.
A – Yes. Our budget plan starts in April and allows you to make a smaller monthly payment all year to cover your entire year of fuel usage. You must have enough money in your budget plan for the requested delivery or you will be responsible to pay the difference at the time of delivery.
A – For your convenience, we accept Cash and Checks, as well as Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit/debit cards.
A – Most deliveries are made on the next regularly scheduled delivery day for your geographical area.
A – You can contact our office at 814 669 4543 to request the current price.
A – If you use a credit or debit card, the card is charged the day after your delivery. If you are paying with cash or check, when you place your order you will need to make payment arrangements to pay at the time of the delivery. We continue to offer the best prices because our customers are diligent about paying for their deliveries when the driver is making the delivery.
A – Our pricing schedule contains volume discounts, so larger deliveries receive lower prices. If your tank takes a smaller quantity than you ordered, your price per gallon may be higher. Applicable state sales tax will be charged, as appropriate.
A – Once you place your order you are guaranteed the price you are quoted.
A – If you are out of oil, you can add kerosene or diesel fuel to your heating oil tank until your heating oil delivery arrives. Either kerosene or diesel fuel can be purchased at many local gas stations. While these fuels are more expensive than heating oil, both will burn safely in your heating oil burner. Usually 5 or 10 gallons will last for a day or two, depending upon the temperature and the size of your home.
A – Not usually, as long as the driver has ready access to the fill of your fuel tank and payment arrangements have been made.
A – If you pay by check or cash on delivery the driver will inform you that you did not hold the amount you ordered and you will only be charged for the gallons you received. You only pay for the number of gallons you actually receive.
A – Normally this is because your tank could not hold all the gallons you ordered. All heating oil tanks have a “usable capacity” which is less than the actual capacity. For example a 275 gallon tank has a usable capacity of about 256 gallons. The remaining space is required during the filling process to avoid accidental spills as well as allowing for expansion of the fuel as it warms. During the filling process, the driver listens to your “fill alarm” which tells the driver when your tank is filled to its usable capacity.For safety and to avoid environmental contamination, your driver must stop pumping oil when the vent alarm indicates your tank to be full.