Count on us for around-the-clock, 24-hour emergency service from our certified technicians-just one part of the full-service difference.


P.Gagnon & Son gives you a range of choices for protecting your price for heating fuel and for controlling your winter fuel bills.


Our service technicians have the expertise to install, maintain, and repair virtually any make or model system you have or want in your home.


Bruce Goodwin and Phil Amato

Good Riddance, Winter!

Dear Friends,

I started working here at P. Gagnon and Son with my dad in 1989. December of that year became sort of a legendary time period in this industry because of the extreme cold that began the day before Thanksgiving…

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Building homes with propane

Great News About Oil and Propane

Heating oil and propane are safe and efficient home heating fuels that keep getting better. Here’s the latest great news about these two fuels. Let us introduce the Propane Energy Pod. No, it’s not the latest electronic gadget from Apple.

Then and now

BACK TO THE FUTURE: Heating with Oil in 1985 and 2015

Over the last 30 years, there have been only two times that crude oil prices have fallen 50% or more from their peak levels. Why does this matter? Think about it: After the price plunge in 1985–86, oil prices remained low…

5 Reasons to Call P. Gagnon & Son for Propane

Reliable service. We always go the extra mile to deliver fuel and service — even when the weather is at its worst; you can count on us for emergency service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Keep Saving Money!

Because of falling fuel prices, most folks saved a lot of money on heating costs this winter. We encourage you to invest your fuel savings back into your home so you can save even more money.

Darlene Fenstermaker

Stay in Control

Oil prices fell sharply in the fall and early winter, reaching their lowest point in six years. However, a bitter-cold February pushed up demand and prices ticked upward again. This shows that there is still volatility in the energy markets.