Gail Churchill20 years
Gemma DiSimmone2 years
Tom Gallant29 years
Mike Gavin43 years
Carole Keating3 years
Kevin Kelleher24 years
Bob Lewis27 years
Sue Lovett3 years
Bethany MacNicholl2 years
Scott Prisby2 years
Adam Scott13 years
Bill Scott47 years
Ed Scott45 years
Rosemary Waldo20 years
Brian Butler13 years
Brian Gallant3 years
Ed Greenwich19 years
Scottie Hiltunen29 years
Brian Keating27 years
Dan Krawczyk7 years
Rob Lawson37 years
Steve Raymond16 years
Brad Silsbee2 years
David Tracchia22 years
John Wonson33 years
Greg Zero2 years
Bill Davis13 years
Kris Enscoe2 years
Karl Mokal2 years
Dave Pierce23 years
Taylor Scott14 years
Peter Theriault6 years
WHY SCOTT ENERGY
- Fix the problem right, the first time
- Service vehicles stocked with comprehensive parts inventory
- Licensed technicians on call 24/7 365 days a year
- Expanded office hours during heating season
- Highest technician to customer ratio in service area
- Fast response to emergency calls, day or night
- Over 300 years of collective technical experience
- Ongoing, in-house employee technical training
- Cleaner fuel = Higher efficiency = Lower cost to you
- Cleaner truck fleet
Our goal is complete and total satisfaction and we will not settle for anything else.
We proudly serve the following North Shore cities and towns: Beverly, Boxford, Essex, Georgetown, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ipswich, Lynn, Lynnfield, Manchester, Marblehead, Middleton, Peabody, Rockport, Rowley, Salem, Swampscott, Topsfield and Wenham.
Scott Energy has provided prompt and courteous service to my family for many years and counting.
SCOTT IN THE COMMUNITY
At Scott Energy, we feel strongly about giving back to the communities we serve. We’ve supported countless charitable organizations, not-for-profits and community groups over the years and continue to do so.
Scott Energy was started in the spring of 1946 under the name Scott Oil Co. Ed Scott Sr. had one used oil truck and did service for his customers out of the trunk of his car. His first year in business he delivered 50,000 gallons, half of which was kerosene in 55 gallon drums. He built the business slowly over the years by providing unmatched service and constant attention to detail.
Bill Scott and his brother Ed Scott Jr. took over the management of Scott Oil after Ed Scott Sr. retired. Together, they grew the company through acquisitions and preserved their existing customer base by providing the high quality of service that people had come to expect over the years.
Looking to the Future
Scott Energy has always kept up with the latest industry regulations and modernized its office and technical capabilities. State-of-the-art computer and customer service technology is used to manage accounts on a day-to-day basis.
Adam and Taylor Scott, Bill’s sons, have both been working in the family business for several years now and are the future of Scott Energy.
They want to build on their grandfather’s, father’s and uncle’s seventy years of success by offering their customers the latest technological advancements while maintaining the same level of personalized customer service that the company has offered since 1946.