Frequently Asked Questions

You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. Our website is designed to be a hub of information and resources for our customers. You can do everything from order fuel, pay bills, and request service all on your Snow’s Fuel Company account. Read our FAQs to see if your question is answered below. If you still can’t find what you are looking for, please contact our office and we’d be happy to help.

  • Q: I want to order oil or propane from Snow’s. How do I get started?

    A: If you haven’t ordered heating oil or propane from us before, click here to make sure you are located in our service area. Then, complete this New Customer form.

  • Q: Why did I not receive a paper ticket with my most recent fuel delivery?

    A: We are no longer leaving paper tickets for fuel deliveries. We have transitioned to electronic tickets. After your fuel delivery, your ticket will be emailed to you. Please make sure we have your current email address; you can update your contact information here.

  • Q: Do you offer fuel pricing programs?

    A: Yes. Snow’s offers Price Protection and Budget Plans for heating oil and propane customers. These plans are open for enrollment from June–July each year and run from July to May.

  • Q: Do you offer other fuel payment options?

    A: Yes, we offer several fuel discounts and pay per delivery options for our customers. Click here to learn more.

  • Q: What should I do to prepare for a fuel delivery?

    A: Please keep your driveway and any access paths to your fuel tank or fill pipe clear of ice and snow so that our delivery team can complete your fuel delivery safely. If you are looking for plowing service, please contact us.

  • Q: What services does Snow’s Fuel Company offer?

    A: We are proud to be a full-service energy provider, and when we say full-service, we mean it! Snow’s provides heating oil delivery, propane delivery, heating system installation and service, A/C installation and service, generator installation and service, propane tank monitoring, plumbing services, air filtration, water treatment, and more. Click below to view our full list of services.


  • Q: What do I do if I do not have heat?

    A: Follow this short checklist to troubleshoot your heating system:

    1. Check your fuel tank gauge. Do you have your oil or propane? If your tank is empty, call Snow’s immediately at (508) 255-1090.
    2. If you have fuel in your tank, check your thermostat. Make sure it is set to HEAT and that the COOL function is not on instead.
    3. Check that all heating system emergency switches are in the ON position.
    4. Press the RESET button on your heating system ONCE ONLY.

    If you’ve performed all of the above steps and you still don’t have heat, call Snow’s right away. We offer 24/7 emergency heating service to our customers.

  • Q: Does Snow’s offer 24/7 emergency service?

    A: Yes, we offer 24/7 emergency service to our customers; please call (508) 255-1090 for emergencies. Please note, you must be a current Snow’s Fuel Company customer to receive emergency service. If you are new to Snow’s, you can become a customer here.

  • Q: Do I need to schedule a tune-up every year?

    A: Yes. A yearly tune-up is essential to keep your boiler, furnace, or air conditioner working properly. During an annual tune-up your Snow’s HVAC tech will perform a safety inspection and can identify any minor issues before they become major problems. Benefits of a tune-up include:

    • Greater efficiency
    • Lower energy bills
    • Reduced risk of breakdowns
    • Savings on unexpected repairs
  • Q: What type of heating system do I have?

    A: There are two types of central heating systems: forced hot water (also known as a boiler) and forced hot air (also known as a furnace). The easiest way to tell which type you have is by the kind of heaters you have in your home. If you have vents, your home is heated by forced hot air or a furnace. If you have baseboard heat or radiators, your home is heated by forced hot water or a boiler.

  • Q: What is the difference between a ductless mini-split A/C and a central air conditioner?

    A: Ductless mini-split units are made up of one outdoor unit and one or more indoor units affixed to interior walls of your home. Central air conditioning systems have one outdoor unit that disperses cool air throughout your home’s central duct system.