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Franklin, Massachusetts heating oil prices

  
Supplier
150 gallons
300 gallons
500 gallons
Rambone and Sprague Oil
Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut, and Massachusetts
Updated 53 minutes ago
$3.25
(Total $487.50*)
$3.25
(Total $975*)
$3.25
(Total $1625*)
Surner Discount Oil
Proud to serve Western Massachusetts
Updated 53 minutes ago
$3.298
(Total $494.70*)
$3.298
(Total $989.40*)
$3.298
(Total $1649*)
Bob’s Fuel Company
Winchester, NH to Greenfield, MA to Brattleboro, VT and all areas in between
Updated 53 minutes ago
$3.299
(Total $494.85*)
$3.299
(Total $989.70*)
$3.299
(Total $1649.50*)
Surner Heating
Hampshire and Franklin area
Updated 53 minutes ago
$3.399
(Total $509.85*)
$3.399
(Total $1019.70*)
$3.399
(Total $1699.50*)
Orange Oil Co
New Salem and over 20 surrounding towns
Updated 53 minutes ago
$3.49
(Total $523.50*)
$3.49
(Total $1047*)
$3.49
(Total $1745*)
Rons Fuel
Serving the North Quabbin region
Updated 53 minutes ago
$3.5
(Total $525*)
$3.5
(Total $1050*)
$3.5
(Total $1750*)

About Franklin County

Franklin County is a county located in the northwestern part of the state of Massachusetts, USA. It is situated along the Connecticut River and borders both Vermont and New Hampshire. The county was established in 1811, and its county seat is Greenfield.

The county has a population of approximately 70,000 people, making it the least populous county in Massachusetts. The county is home to several towns, including Greenfield, Deerfield, and Shelburne Falls, as well as many small villages.

Franklin County is known for its natural beauty, with many parks, forests, and scenic areas to explore. The county is home to several state parks, including Mohawk Trail State Forest, Erving State Forest, and Mount Greylock State Reservation. The county is also home to several rivers, including the Connecticut River, the Deerfield River, and the Millers River.

The county is home to several colleges and universities, including Greenfield Community College and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Heating Oil in Franklin County, Massachusetts

Nearly half (about 48%) of homes in Franklin County, Massachusetts use heating oil as their primary heating fuel, according to a U.S. Energy Information Administration survey. This is higher than the statewide average of 32%, which reflects the fact that Franklin County is located in the northern part of the state where temperatures can be colder during the winter months.