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Dear Valued Customer,

Once again, we’re seeing energy prices surge across the board. We know how painful that can be for our customers. It’s painful for us as well.

What’s Going On?

Gasoline has risen more than a dollar more per gallon vs. a year ago. Natural gas prices have skyrocketed more than 150%. Crude oil prices have climbed above $80 per barrel, a level we haven’t seen in seven years.

The cost of electricity has not been spared either. Higher natural gas prices result in price hikes for wholesale electricity because of heavy reliance on natural gas-fired power plants.

What’s more, wholesale propane prices have hit their highest weekly average levels since February 2014. Read more about the factors that are driving today’s energy market.

What We’re Doing

People sometimes misunderstand how negatively all this impacts us as well. We don’t make more money when prices rise like this–we make less. Think of it this way: it’s like when the cost of coffee, milk or orange juice rises. It’s not the local grocery that is profiting. (That’s left to the Wall Street investors). Our customers have a harder time paying their bills. They reduce expenditures. We need to tap into our lines of credit more. Our phones light up with questions. So the sooner energy prices drop, the happier we’ll be.

In the meantime, please talk to us about things we can offer to help you reduce your energy costs, or handle payments more easily. And if you are having trouble with your bills, please call us. We can generally work with you if you reach out before you fall behind.

Trust Us to Come through for You

We’ve been in business for many years and have deep roots in the community. We have secure access to supply. We are doing everything possible to ensure we can deliver—even if other companies cannot—no matter the cost or difficulty we face.

We thank you for your understanding and we appreciate your loyalty. As we’ve done quite a few times in the past, we will get through these tough times by all working together.

blog launch new sitePlease take a few minutes to look around our new website. We’d love to know what you think.

We’re proud to bring you our brand-new website and blog. Our goal is to provide you with a user-friendly experience where you can find the answers to your questions and feel good about your decision to be part of the Mazzola Oil Service family.

This new site has updated design, fresh content and easy-to-follow navigation, so you can learn and explore at your leisure. Here’s an overview of all of the updates you can enjoy:

  • organized pages
  • forms and pages to help you easily contact us, become a customer, refer a friend or order fuel
  • helpful information about heating oil and our delivery offerings
  • comprehensive information about service and repairs, including details about our service plans
  • helpful information about our commercial offerings
  • an all-new blog so you can stay up on the latest in the world of heating oil

Please bookmark our homepage so you can come back to the site anytime you have a question. We’ll be adding new information and articles all the time and we look forward to sharing ways you can save money, as well as safety tips and suggestions.

What do you think about the new Mazzola Oil Service website? Let us know today!

Mazzola Oil’s Newest Intern, Lilly Joined the staff in early 2018 and is excited to eventually earn a full-time position.

As Mazzola Oil’s Second pet addition, Luke is frequently the first in the office and the last to leave. Customer service is his top priority.

Also a member of Marlboro High School’s Class of 2003, Tim graduated from Sage College in Albany. A seasonal employee, Tim has 10+ years of fuel delivery experience and has a Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL), including HAZMAT, tank and air brake endorsements. He is also a project manager for Kubricky Construction. When he’s not at work, Tim enjoys snowmobiling and motorcycle riding as well as spending time with his daughter.

A member of Marlboro High School’s Class of 2003, Sal graduated from Dutchess County Community College. He spent more than five years gaining fuel delivery experience at companies in the region before joining our staff full-time in 2019. Sal’s hobbies include music and sports—especially the Knicks, Yankees, Giants and Rangers.

A Marlboro High School graduate, Jenna attended and graduated from Suny New Paltz before joining the Mazzola Oil staff in 2018. She handles receiving and dispatch matters, and works on accounts receivable. She is responsible for many of the day-to-day administrative needs within our office. When she’s not at work, Jenna spends time with her two children.

A Wallkill High School graduate, Robert is a retired state corrections officer and former Wallkill Fire District Chief. He has 10+ years of fuel delivery experience and a Class B commercial driver’s license (CDL), including HAZMAT, tank, air brake and school bus endorsements. He joined the Mazzola Oil Service team in 2019 as a seasonal employee. When he’s not working with us, Robert owns and operates Bob Keator Lawn Care Service.

Born and raised in Marlboro, Steffen graduated Marlboro High School in 2006, then went on to Syracuse University, where he received a degree from the Whitman School of Management. He worked in the Manhattan office of Automatic Data Processing (ADP) from 2010 to 2017. In 2017, he joined the company with the primary role of growing the business, and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Hudson Valley Oil and Energy Council.

Born in Norway, Merethe moved to the U. S. in 1987, and got involved with the business in 1990. She is a 50% owner of the company and manages our office.