Payment and service options.
Knapp gives you pricing and delivery options to fit your budget and your schedule. If you have questions or would like to choose your option now, please call 269-388-5034.
Delivery options for both propane and heating oil.
- Keep full — Knapp will track the degree days and be responsible for keeping your tank filled. Customer must keep payments up to date to take advantage of this free service.
- Will Call — You (the customer) will watch your tank level and call for a refill when the tank gets below ¼ full (fuel oil) or at 20% (propane). Allow 3-4 business days for regular delivery.
- Budget Plan Billing — Knapp will estimate the gallons for the coming heating season and will bill you 12 equal monthly payments beginning in July (you must start with a full tank and zero account balance.)
- Approved Charge Account — Set up an approved charge account with our office and pay within 30-day terms.
- Pre-pay — Pre-pay at the time of delivery with cash, check or a credit card (we accept MasterCard, Visa and Discover). Note: there is a 2% fee to pay with credit card.
Propane Payment Options
- Option #1: Pre-buy your propane. This popular option lets you take advantage of pre-season special pricing. We’ll store your propane and automatically deliver it (200 gallon minimum) at no extra charge. Propane not delivered by April 30, 2015 will be credited (the dollar value) to your account for use the next heating season.
- Option #2: Fixed price. For a low investment, you lock in your price for the entire heating season. Your price per gallon through April 2015 will not change no matter how high the market price goes.
- Option #3: Pay the market price. Some customers prefer not to lock in a price and “go with the flow”. We do not recommend this approach as we’ve seen huge price spikes in the past, but it is an option for the adventurous types.
Heating Oil Payment Options
We do not offer a fixed or locked-in price for either #1 or #2 fuel oil. Locked-in pricing for fuel tends to be fairly expensive and we always strive to give our customers the lowest prices possible. Also, heating oil pricing tends to be much more stable during the winter than propane — mainly due to propane supply issues.