October 18, 2019
Ready or not, winter will be here before we know it! Homeowners across New England will be raking leaves, carving pumpkins, and getting their homes ready for cold weather. There is one simple way you can take care of your home heating for the entire season—that’s right—the entire season.
Sign up for automatic heating fuel delivery to make heating your home in Massachusetts, Vermont, or New Hampshire easier than ever. All you have to do is sign up and let us take care of the rest. You’ll enjoy total convenience, reliable fuel delivery, and affordable pricing.
How Does Automatic Fuel Delivery Work?
We will create a custom fuel delivery schedule based on your fuel usage and degree-day calculations. Tracking usage and outdoor temperatures, along with personal heating preference and household size, will allow our team to accurately estimate when your propane or oil tank is due for a refill. We will only make fuel deliveries when you need them!
Why Sign up for Automatic Oil or Propane Delivery?
- Smarter Spending
During the winter months, we know you want to make the most of your heating budget. Automatic heating fuel delivery service means more efficient fill-ups, which will translate into more effective fuel use and manageable energy costs. Plus, automatic fuel delivery is available at no additional cost.
- Improved Protection
Running out of heating oil or propane can cause costly damage to heating equipment and unnecessary safety risks in your home. Auto fuel delivery customers reduce the likelihood of a no-fuel emergency.
- Complete Convenience
You can trust the Sandri team to deliver your heating oil or propane when you need it—before you know that you do! Our effective usage tracking and custom delivery schedules are built for customer convenience. No need to be home during automatic heating fuel deliveries!
So, what are you waiting for? Now’s the time to sign up for automatic heating fuel delivery with Sandri Energy. Simply contact us here to ask any questions or to enroll in automatic fuel delivery today.