As the winter months approach, you’ll start needing more heating oil to stay warm and comfortable in your New England home as the temperatures drop even lower. That means the price of heating oil really matters. You want to know that you’re getting the best value for your hard-earned dollars. At Hocon, we offer the residents of Connecticut and western Massachusetts dependable heating oil delivery service at a great price.
Here’s our guarantee: When you order your heating oil from Hocon, we guarantee that our oil price will be at least 25 cents lower per gallon than the average oil price in Connecticut*. That’s a fair price you can count on. And that adds up to savings you’ll see in the bottom line each time you fill your tank.
If you appreciate predictability when budgeting for your family, enroll in a fuel payment plan with Hocon. There’s no charge to enroll. You don’t pay more per gallon. And you only pay for the fuel you receive. You’ll simply have one set payment each month for most of the year. If your actual fuel costs end up being higher or lower than we estimated, we’ll make the necessary adjustments over the course of the winter.
Hocon has even more to offer the budget-conscious consumer. We provide the convenience of automatic delivery as well as the peace of mind you’ll have knowing you can call on us 24 hours a day for emergency services. We provide service, maintenance, and equipment installation as well as heating oil delivery, and everything we do comes with a fair price guarantee. Our employees will work hard for you no matter how bad weather conditions get, and we always prioritize safety.
With six convenient locations serving Connecticut and parts of Massachusetts and New York, Hocon is one of the largest family-owned propane and fuel oil suppliers in the area. We offer reliable service and competitive prices. Click here to find the branch serving your area.
Contact Hocon today to take advantage of our exceptional service and competitive prices.
*State average price is reported weekly by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) from October through March; oil prices are subject to change on a daily basis.