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Heatable

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Heatable

21 Water Street
Hallowell Maine 04347
United States

888-338-4477

Business Description

Heatable is an oil delivery company based in Maine and New Hampshire. Our goal is to make the entire process of ordering and receiving discount heating oil as easy as three clicks on the Heatable website or two taps and a swipe on the Heatable app! We deliver discount heating oils to Southern New Hampshire and Maine. We were founded by a small group of New Englanders who have been in the heating oil biz for quite a while. We saw how the smartphone was revolutionizing just about every industry. We wanted to make ordering discount heating oil as easy as ordering dishwasher detergent on Amazon. So, we set about reinventing the local heating oil company.

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Monday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed
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About Hallowell

Hallowell is a city in Kennebec County, Maine, United States. The population was 2,570 at the 2020 census. Popular with tourists, Hallowell is noted for its culture and old architecture. Hallowell is included in the Augusta, Maine, micropolitan New England City and Town Area. == History == The city is named for Benjamin Hallowell, a Boston merchant and one of the Kennebec Proprietors, holders of land originally granted to the Plymouth Company by the British monarchy in the 1620s.First to settle here was Deacon Pease Clark, who emigrated with his wife and son Peter from Attleborough, Massachusetts, in the spring of 1762. Legend has it that after disembarking on the west side of the Kennebec, near present-day Water Street, the Clarks took shelter in their overturned cart. On a riverfront lot measuring 50 rods (275 yards, about 250 meters), the Clark family raised corn, rye and other crops. The first land they cleared was occupied by the fire department in 1859.In 1797, Harrington (later the city of Augusta) split from Hallowell to be a separate town. The part of Hallowell that is the current city was then known as "The Hook". Today, the city's population (2,467) is only slightly smaller than it was in 1820, the year Maine was separated from Massachusetts and became a state.

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