Founded in 1960 by Tony Macedonio, Columbus Energies began with humble beginnings as a two-pump gas station and a single heating oil delivery truck. But Tony had a vision for the future, and soon Columbus Energies would become a much larger business that would serve the needs of customers throughout the Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island region.
Celebrating 60 Years of Service
A family-owned and operated enterprise, Columbus Energies is run by the entire Macedonio family and their loyal and dedicated staff of 25 employees. Tony and his son John have expanded upon the business by providing quality services to loyal customers. Columbus Energies continues to operate a gas station in Massachusetts and a State Inspection Station where vehicle owners can obtain inspection stickers.
Services for Home & Business
Over the years additional services have been added, such as propane delivery, maintaining furnaces (propane), boilers (oil) and more recently heating and air-conditioning system services (HVAC). Columbus Energies now has a strategic partnership with ANCHOR Plumbing, which allows them to offer their customers additional services related to heating, cooling, and plumbing.
- Find out more about PROPANE SERVICES
- Find out more about OIL SERVICES
- Find out more about HVAC SERVICES
- Find out more about 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES
Columbus Energies works every day to deliver energy services to its customers to keep their homes and businesses heated, cooled and running smoothly. All the years of experience and dedication to providing such a wide range of services make Columbus Energies the best choice for all your energy needs.
Fuel Assistance Programs
If you are on a fixed income and qualify for fuel assistance through programs such as Citizen for Citizen, Salvation Army, R.I. Fuel Assistance or Citizens Energies, as well as other regional services, you will be happy to find out that Columbus Energies proudly participates in these programs.
In addition to these programs, Columbus Energies is also a proud member of the National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA), Oil Heat Institute (OHI), New England Fuel Institute (NEFI) and Mass Oilheat Council (MOC). Please contact our office with any questions about our service plans and programs.