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Make Your Propane Payments More Manageable

How a Monthly Payment Plan Works

propane delivery new yorkIrish Propane prides ourselves on offering our customers fair and honest propane gas prices day after day. If your household depends on propane, then you take notice when the price of propane goes up. We are in a unique season right now. There is currently a great deal of anxiety surrounding heating costs. We know all too well that recent price increases for propane (not to mention all the other necessities that keep your household up and running) may be hard for you to manage. Regardless of your financial situation, you’re a valued customer and we want to help in any way that we can.

One of the ways we try to accommodate the financial limits of our customers is by offering our Budget Payment Plan. When you sign up for this plan, you’ll be able to predict your monthly propane charges because we’ll spread your total fuel bill for the year over 12 even payments. That way, you won’t get hit with three or four giant bills during high usage months. Instead, you’ll know exactly what your monthly bill will be because it will be the same each month.

Perhaps best of all, you don’t pay any more to be a part of this program. Enrollment in this plan costs you absolutely nothing.

Properties of our Budget Payment Plan

There are several advantages to signing up for Irish Propane’s Budget Payment Plan. Here are some of its features:

  1. You won’t use more fuel than you normally would. Even during those months that you need more than one delivery, your monthly bill will be the same.
  2. We’ll only charge you for the fuel you receive, and you’ll pay the market price on the day of your delivery.
  3. Participating in our Budget Payment Plan will make your bills more predictable and manageable at a time when propane prices are fluctuating like crazy.
  4. You’ll have more cash on hand during high propane usage months.
  5. If your balance grows, you’ll still never pay any finance charges.

The Math

How do we calculate the amount of your monthly payments? We simply take your estimated annual fuel usage (which we calculate by looking at your previous bills) and multiply it by this year’s projected price. Then we split that total into 12 payments. If needed, we’ll make an adjustment. The result is that instead of paying as much as $500 or $600 per delivery some months, you’ll pay half that amount or less every month.

You don’t need to worry that you’ll end up paying too much (or little) for your propane. If your actual bills are a little higher or lower than we estimated, we will make any needed adjustments.

Signing up for our Budget Payment Plan is an effective way to make a tough situation a little bit easier.

We’re on Your Side

Irish Propane wants to give you the most competitive price we can while providing you with the dependable service and quality you’ve come to rely on us for.

We value all of our customers, especially those that have remained loyal for many years, and it is frustrating to have to charge you so much for your propane. Unfortunately, we are limited by the prices our suppliers charge us. But rest assured that we are doing our best to help you navigate through these difficult times.

We greatly appreciate your understanding and remain committed to taking the best care of your family, no matter what happens with the price of propane in the future.

A company you can count on

Irish Propane is a fourth-generation, family-owned, and certified women’s business enterprise that serves homes and businesses in central and western New York. Irish Propane provides our customers with fair and honest pricing, innovative solutions, convenient payment plans, and exceptional safety standards. We are there for our customers whenever and wherever they need us.

If you’re in or around the Rochester or Buffalo areas of New York, you can count on Irish Propane. Contact us today to learn more about our payment plans.

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