First Fill-Up of Fall from Phillips: A Note From John Phillips and Elizabeth McCormick

- 9:53 am - November 18th, 2015

We don’t mean to twist your tongue, but it’s that time of the year again! That’s right — November is here, which means many of our customers have already received their first fill-up of the new heating season.

Of course, all of our automatic delivery customers continue to enjoy the advantages of never worrying about their tanks running low or calling to request deliveries, because we handle all of that for them. 

Our software forecasts your heating oil or propane usage, then schedules deliveries for when your tank is either 30 percent (propane) or 25 percent (heating oil) full. Automatic delivery customers also have the opportunity to enroll in our price protection programs and HVAC service agreements, providing access to flexible payment options, incredible discounts, and numerous other benefits. 

Bottom line: we’ve got you covered!

If, however, you prefer the DIY route and would like to track your fuel usage and request deliveries according to your own schedule, Phillips Energy makes it easy for you to do so. All you have to do is give us 72 hours’ notice by calling when your tank is about 30 percent (propane) or 25 percent (heating oil) full. If you haven’t already received your first fill-up of the 2015-2016 heating season, you’ll probably want to check on your fuel level now and give us a call sooner rather than later, because the cold weather is clearly on its way.

Our office in Gloucester is open 7AM-5PM Monday-Friday and 7AM-1PM Saturday, our office in Mathews is open 8AM-5PM Monday-Friday, and so is
our new office in New Kent (more on that on the next page). Plus, our website
is currently being updated to provide a more convenient online experience whether you’re on your computer, tablet or smartphone. 

Please call 804-642-2166, 804-725-9020 or 804-966-2317, or pop in at one of our locations to speak with a member of the Phillips team who will be happy to help you with all your heating season needs.

Wishing you all the best,
John and Elizabeth