Heating and cooling your home with safe and efficient equipment is a goal all homeowners share. In many instances, upgrading equipment to modern high-efficiency models will save you money in the long run. However true that may be, paying for new equipment today may be a stretch financially. Whole systems can be expensive to replace, but take heart, there are some ways you can save money, spread out payments, or even get direct assistance to pay for your new equipment.
While it is true Paul Oil and Propane does not install new equipment, should you purchase through our sister company, Reese-Marshall of Norwich, you will find the following plans and benefits can be utilized.
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Our Payment Plans
For those who need to space out payment, we recommend our most popular plan: 50% down at the start of the job and spread the balance due across 12 even monthly payments, interest-free.
Because every situation is different, we are happy to further customize your payment plan. The goal is to get you the home comfort equipment you need while keeping costs manageable.
Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
If you are a homeowner and income eligible, the Heating Equipment Repair and Replacement benefit can help you repair or replace your furnace, boiler and other direct heating equipment necessary to keep your home’s primary heating source working. If medically necessary, benefits will even help with cooling equipment.
Benefit amounts are based on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace your furnace, boiler, and/or other essential equipment, up to $3,000 for a repair and $6,500 for a replacement.
Before work is started it must be approved and authorized by a HEAP Local District Contact.
See list of contacts by County here: https://otda.ny.gov/programs/heap/contacts/
To learn more about how to apply and whether you qualify, go to the NY Home Energy Assistance Program: https://otda.ny.gov/programs/heap/#repair-benefit