Bourne's delivers bioheat oil, propane, wood pellets, and summer/arctic blends along with impeccable customer and technical service. Bourne's is local and gives to communities served with support, care and commitment while assisting in carbon footprint reduction for a safer and cleaner environment.
Locally made with time-tested craftsmanship, the finest materials, and advanced heating technology guarantee your Hearthstone is clean-burning and efficient. Get 1 free ton of Vermont made quality wood pellets with purchase of a stove. Hearthstone Wood Pellet Stoves are sold exclusively at Bourne's Energy.
Get locally made Vermont Wood Pellets in bag or bulk delivered with sales, installation and service of pellet equipment including boilers, stoves, storage bins and silos. Each Hearthstone Pellet stove purchase comes with a free ton of pellets.
Whether it's high-efficiency cooling or heating equipment, we offer the sales, installation, service with free estimates and low rate financing, along with many other ways to save. Efficient heating systems burn less fuel, so it's important to upgrade old systems and weatherize your home for big savings.
Monitor your temperature and fuel remotely and take advantage of Bourne's easy online services that makes ordering heating fuel, submitting changes or payments on your account a breeze- wherever you are.
Great service to you is everything to us. "The Goat", our new delivery truck, will go anywhere and delivers multiple fuels. Vermont mountains can be difficult terrain, but Bourne's is prepared to deliver 24/7, no matter where you are.
Smart Pay Plans offer price protection for all our heating fuels-propane, bioheat oil and wood pellets. By having set monthly payments you pay only a fraction of the price you would in the high-usage winter months or you can just pay it and forget about it. Smart Pay registration is going on now, so be sure to sign up.
Jim Kurrle and Peter Bourne from Bourne's Energy, Governor Phil Scott and Olivia Campbell Anderson of R.E.V, join together to support Renewable fuel for home and business heating with a Bulk Wood Pellet Silo in North Hyde Park Vermont on March 13, 2017.