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Weaver Energy adjusts its pricing daily, based on the market value in order pass any savings directly along to our customers. Customer often inquire about the cause of pricing fluctuations, or they will ask if prices will continue to go up or down. While we never know what the future holds, it may be helpful to share a brief explanation of the reason behind pricing fluctuations for our most popular products.
lititz and ephrata locations Did you know that Weaver Energy operates two separate fueling stations within Lancaster County? Both stations operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Lititz Fueling Station is located on Route 501 in Lititz, Pennsylvania, and offers both On Road Diesel and Off Road Diesel. The Ephrata Fueling Station […]
two full-time positions: Weaver Energy is hiring a Full-Time Transport Driver to deliver bulk fuels. Class A CDL, Hazmat and Tanker endorsement required. Weaver Energy is also hiring a Full-Time Tank Wagon Delivery Driver. Class B CDL and Hazmat endorsement required. Both positions serve Lancaster and surrounding counties. Top pay, health insurance, retirement, vacation, hourly […]
Does your house feel dry during the winter season? Do you have antiques, rustic furniture, or hardwood floors? Does your skin feel dry or irritated? If so, you should consider a whole house humidifier as part of your home comfort system.
Wintertime signals the start of shorter days, snowy weather, and holidays, and there are plenty of things we can do to make sure that more of our money goes towards enjoying the season and less of it goes towards keeping our home a comfortable temperature: Utilize ceiling fans to lift colder air upwards and push […]Next Page »