Winter heating bills go up and down with the weather – and for some, that rollercoaster ride can be an uneasy experience.
If you’re one of those people, we have good news: with our no-fee EZ Pay budget plan, you’ll know what you’re going to pay for your fuel each month, so you’ll skip the ups and downs and have a smooth ride all year long.
Here’s how EZ Pay works: instead of paying for your fuel as you use it, we’ll take your average fuel use for the year (based on your past bills or averages from similar homes in the area) and divide into 11 affordable monthly installments. The remaining bill will adjust your annual total, either with a balance due or a credit given to your account.
Best of all, there are NO fees or finance charges for this service – think of it as FREE peace of mind.
Add Price Cap Protection For Even More Predictability
Want even more peace of mind? Sign up for Price Cap price protection. A price cap program limits how much your heating oil price can rise – but not how far it can drop.
Here’s how our price cap program works:
Before the heating season starts, you agree to pay a set per-gallon price for your home heating oil, and you’ll never pay above that cap.
You’re protected and don’t have to worry about paying more, even when the market price of oil is higher than your price cap.
If heating oil prices drop below the cap, your price will go down, too! This is known as downside protection*.
The Bottom Line: Predictable Is Good
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 EZ Pay from Rucci Oil, with or without Price Cap price protection (it’s always up to you!).
Enrollment for EZ Pay from Rucci Oil is underway, with payments beginning in July. Contact us today to sign up and get more predictable heating bills in 2021-22!
*Like all heating oil suppliers, we charge a fee for this service: the fee covers our costs to purchase insurance from our suppliers in case the market price drops (the fee only covers the cost of the insurance; we don’t profit from collecting it).