At Wesco Energy, we understand your struggles with ever changing fuel prices and the serious impact they can have on your budget. We thus offer cash and prompt payment discounts, volume discounts, budget payment programs and propane price protection programs to better align our pricing & payment offerings with your needs. Wesco Energy also offers you a great way to save using Wesco Rewards, buying your propane from Wesco Energy will save you money at the pump at any of our 51 Wesco Convenience Store locations.
Pricing Offerings, Programs and Payment Options
E-Z Pay Budget Program
Spread out your average annual heating cost for heating oil or propane throughout the entire year. We will help you structure an individualized E-Z Pay monthly plan to match your heating needs and requirement.
Refine Fuels & Heating Oil Price Offerings
Daily Market Pricing
Commercial & Agricultural Volume Discounts
Propane Price Offerings
Daily Market Pricing
Price Protection Programs
Lock-in "Fixed" Pricing
Volume Usage Discounts
Commercial Volume Discounts
Agricultural & Corn Drying Volume Discounts
EFT (electronic funds transfer), Cash, Check, Check-by-Phone, and Credit Card (Master Card, Visa, or Discover).
Prompt pay discounts (EFT, Cash, or Check)
WESCO participates in various government and private Energy Assistance Programs.
Have you ever wondered how an energy company manages automatic delivery? How do we know when a tank is running low? We do it by combining two factors:first, we use historical data from your account to determine a "k factor," then we track the weather using a "degree day" system that is specific to the area. The K factor is the rate at which a home uses heating fuel, and it is affected by many factors, including home size, its insulation, and the thermostat settings.
Using a calculation involving K factor and degree days, an energy company can determine with reasonable accuracy when your tank is running low. Companies generally error on the cautious side in order to ensure that they fill a tank before it runs low.
It is important to note that neither market fluctuations nor retail prices have bearing on when we deliver your fuel. Nor do we deliver when we have enough oil or propane. Rather it's up to mother nature and a precise mathmatical formula.