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Budget Payment Plan: Make Your Heating Bill More Predictable

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With things are as hard to predict as they are right now, anything we can do to add a little stability and certainty to our day-to-day is a good thing.

That’s where the Budget Payment Plan from Irish Propane comes in.

If you pay for your propane deliveries as you go, you have probably gotten at least one unwanted surprise in your mailbox (or e-mail box, if you use autopay) over the years. If you sign up for our Budget Plan, those unexpected bills would become a thing of the past.

Here’s how it works: we’ll estimate of your annual propane gas usage based on your past bills, then divide that total into 12 equal payments (we can make small adjustments ­– up or down – as needed). That means you’ll know exactly what you’re going to pay for your fuel every month, rather than fretting about heating bills during the long, cold Buffalo or Rochester winter.

Stress less with predictable propane bills

Our Budget Payment Plan helps take the stress of paying for your propane down a notch by letting you know exactly how much your fuel will cost well in advance of the billing date. Best of all, the service is free – there are no finance charges and no cost to enroll.

Imagine how much easier your budgeting will be if you know how much you’ll pay for your energy bills every month. It’s possible when you enroll in a Budget Payment Plan from Irish Propane. Contact us to sign up today – your plan begins in June!

In unpredictable times, get predictable heating bills with a Budget Payment Plan from Irish Propane. Contact us to sign up today.

Please note: At Irish Propane, your safety and comfort are always our priority. Please see our COVID-19 Service Update Page to learn more about how we are working to keep your family and our crews safe and your propane deliveries coming through this challenging time.

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