Automatic Delivery: Most of our customers prefer the peace of mind in knowing they will never run out of fuel. We take care of everything from tracking the weather and degree days to fuel delivery before the tank runs out.
Will Call Delivery: Will call means you call for delivery when you are at 3/8 of a tank and at least 3-5 days before you need delivery
Discount Payment Options:
Prompt Pay Plan: Receive a $0.15 per gallon discount for prompt payment.
Budget: 12 even monthly payments per year with a $0.20 per gallon discount credited in May. The Budget begins annually in June
Pre-Buy: Receive a $.25 per gallon discount for paying ahead for the entire year's usage.
Credit Cards: We can keep your card number on file and charge it as you choose. Honoring the $0.15 per gallon discount.
Oil Safety For Deliveries
At Snyder Fuel, our experienced drivers abide by a “safety first” motto, and we ask for your understanding that this sometimes means they temporarily cannot proceed with a delivery.
InWinter, please keep driveway plowed and sanded so our drivers can deliver safely. You can shovel out around your fill pipes and propane tanks to further assist the drivers.
Contact us today to schedule your setup and delivery -Residential and Commercial-
You should inspect your oil storage tank once a year. Listed below are the key points to inspect for possible problems. If you notice any of these problems-please do not hesitate to call us at (315) 845-8742.
Are the tank legs (1) unstable or on a shaky foundation?
Are there any signs of rust, weeping, wet spots or dents on the tank (2)?
Is the tank blackened at the low end, around the drain (3)? (This may be an indication of water in the tank and resultant corrosion inside the tank.)
Are there any drips or signs of leakage around the fuel line, filter, or valves (4)?
Is the vent whistle (5) is silent when the tank is being filled? (delivery person will inform)
Is the fuel level gauge (6) accurate and readable?
If mounted outdoors, is the tank protected from falling snow and ice (7)? Is the bottom tank valve protected?
What is the age of the tank (8)? (Not usually indicated until after 1998)
Plastic fill and vent pips (9) must be replaced with black iron pipe. (We must replace plastic pipes at your earliest convenience)