Home Delivery

With our automated delivery system enjoy our neighborly savings and easy payment plan options.

 

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Campers, Trailers, Toy Haulers and RV’s

Before you head out of town, drive in or visit one of our resellers.

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New Construction

Home owner or contractor: We will custom design your propane gas system. Don’t worry if you have already started, give us a call. Never used propane before? We make it easy!

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Generator

As electricity is increasingly unreliable, have a propane powered back up generator installed.

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Appliance Maintenance



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Safe grilling



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Wildfire preparedness



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What determines that price of propane?

The oil refineries set prices based on several factors, such as: the cost of crude oil, the size of the gas reserves, their refining costs, and the old law of supply and demand.

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Why does propane smell so bad?

Propane in its natural state is odorless. After it is produced, odorant is added to the fuel which allows for its detection. The odorization of propane permits the early detection of leaks before gas concentrations reach hazardous levels. The odorant most commonly used is ethyl mercaptan.

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Can I Stop in for a BBQ Gas Refill for BBQ Tanks?

Yes. Please stop by if you need to get a BBQ gas refill for BBQ tanks.

Most BBQ tanks are vertical containers. The best method of transporting your propane container is to secure it in the vertical position in a pick up. If you must use a car, secure it in the vertical position, preferably in the trunk. After refueling always remove the container A.S.A.P. from your vehicle.

Whenever you transport any propane container, they should be secured in their proper position, being vertical or horizontal. We strongly recommend that you use other forms of transportation than autos. Note – some states do not permit propane tanks to be placed in passenger compartments of vehicles.

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