79 New Portland Road, Gorham, Maine 04038 - email@example.com - 207-839-5536
Stay Warm and Keep More Money in Your Wallet!
Dodge Energy Company also known as Dodge Oil & Propane Company is located in Gorham, Maine. We are currently in our 3rd generation of family ownership and we pride ourselves for over 70 years of providing top notch heating service and fuel deliveries to families and businesses throughout the Greater Portland area. Being a locally owned and operated company means we appreciate and respect each client and your heating and fuel needs.
Please call or email us with any questions. We would be happy to provide more details. We service York and Cumberland County areas. Portland, Gorham, Windham, Westbrook, Scarborough, Saco, Bridgton, Standish, Buxton, Hollis, Biddeford, Naples, Waterboro, Gray, South Portland, Cumberland, Cornish, Shapleigh, Yarmouth, Sebago, Falmouth, Raymond.
Our company has become big enough to bring our customers the highest quality heating fuels at competitive prices, and outstanding heating service. We want each client to get the maximum value for your heating dollar. We realize times are changing, so in addition to traditional diesel fuel and propane, we also deliver bio-fuel which is a "green" alternative that has less of an environmental effect. Bringing you our best efforts to provide truly personalized service by people you can get to know and trust. Local people serving our local community means we value your return business.
We are so pleased to have Dodge Oil be our triple delivery service! We use their oil for our furnace, propane for our stove and gas for our automobiles. Years ago, our oldest son had his college roommate as a house guest for Thanksgiving. He was the son of the famous Chief Justice, William Rhenquist, of the Supreme Court. We ran out of gas cooking the turkey but the now President of Dodge Oil made a quick house call and had us up and cooking within 30 minutes. That is real service!”
Robert P., Gorham, Maine
“Back in 2008, with the price of oil climbing to it's highest ever, I decided it was time to look into a new furnace. My 1965 boiler was just blowing money up the chimney, running to heat the domestic hot water all day long. I made an appointment with Carl (service manager); we talked of my options and the pros and cons of both oil and LP gas. Carl left me with two brands to review and a few recommendations to help save on fuel. Being a customer since 1977, I knew several of the technicians and asked for their thoughts, field experience and recommendations, also my decision was System 2000 and so far it is the greatest! Over the past several years prior to 2008 I burned an average of 650 to 700 gallons of oil per year. Carl figured I could save 100 to 125 gallons a year. But he was wrong! Over the past year I burned only 300 gallons.The return on my investment will be a lot quicker with these results!”
John R., Gorham, Maine