About Our Heating Oil Pricing Plans | Devine Bros.

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Residents of Fairfield County, Connecticut have trusted Devine Bros. to keep warm for nearly 100 winters. As Norwalk’s leading heating oil supplier, we understand that different families have different needs. And with fluctuating oil prices, it can be nearly impossible to budget your heating costs for the winter.

That’s why we offer our customers three different payment options for our oil delivery services.

Market Pricing

Market pricing is the most basic (and complex) way that customers can choose to pay for their heating oil. The price of the fuel at the time of delivery is based off the daily cost of our inventory, which can fluctuate up or down on any given day.

Fixed Pricing

Our fixed pricing plan is designed to help protect families against unpredictable market prices. With this payment option, Devine Bros. and the customer agree on one price for the season. You will pay this predetermined cost all winter long, even if market prices spike.

Capped Pricing

Capped pricing is a combination of market pricing and fixed pricing that allows customers to take advantage of price drops while still protecting themselves against spikes. In a capped pricing agreement, the customer and Devine Bros. agree to a price cap. The customer will pay for their oil based on the daily market price, but will never pay more than their specified cap number.

Devine Bros. offers heating oil delivery services to homeowners in Norwalk, Westport, and New Canaan. If you live in the area, give us a call to learn more about our heating oil pricing packages at (203) 866-4421.

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