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Homeowners Who Played The Odds On Oil Heating Costs Lose Out: Benefits of Price Cap Plans

Posted by Combined Energy Services on Feb 12, 2016 2:53:34 PM


Overall, natural gas is by far the most popular source of home heating in the U.S.  But in the Northeast, homeowners are much more likely than in other regions to use heating oil.

Many homeowners are smiling this winter, because fuel prices are down 50 percent from two years ago.  But not everyone is happy!  

Buying heating oil is a little like playing poker: Bet on the wrong price and it'll cost you!


With pricing hitting a 13 year low, price protection programs allow you to pay a lower price should heating oil prices fall during the winter season, but also "cap" you price should they spike.  Talk to Combined Energy Services about your Price Cap Plan today!

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Topics: Propane gas price cap plan, what happens with price cap plans as prices drop?, Fuel oil price cap plans

Hopatcong Gas Services Merges with Combined Energy Services

Posted by Combined Energy Services on Jan 15, 2016 3:34:36 PM


CES Crew with Sherri Norlander of Hopatcong Gas Service

Hopatcong Gas Services, a Sussex County New Jersey supplier of propane gas has merged with Combined Energy Services, a regional supplier of propane gas & fuel oil.

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What Happens with Cap Plans as Fuel Prices Drop?

Posted by Combined Energy Services on Dec 30, 2014 3:00:00 PM

One of the biggest misconceptions with fuel oil or propane gas buying is that price-cap plans are "gambling". Price-cap plans are exactly the OPPOSITE - ensuring you will never pay OVER a certain price during the cold winter months when fuel prices tend to go up 4 out of 5 years.   

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Topics: Propane gas price cap plan, what happens with price cap plans as prices drop?, Fuel oil price cap plans

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