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Time To Check Your Propane Tanks

Do You Have Enough Propane?

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Winter is the time where many of us here in the Seacoast region have the greatest propane usage.

But with summer approaching, winter has become a distant memory. So has any idea of how much propane you have in your tank. Before you head to the beach, take some time to check your propane tank gauge levels.

How To Read Your Propane Tank Gauge

Go outside and look at your propane tank. There is a round dial that looks like a car’s speedometer. That’s your propane tank gauge. The numbers in the dial indicate the percentage of how full your propane tank is. If the reading is 60, your tank is 60% full. We urge you not to let your tank gauge level fall below 30% before contacting us to request a propane delivery.

See? Reading your propane tank gauge isn’t hard. The challenge is, in our busy lives, to remember to do it. If reading your propane gauge falls through the cracks, you could face running low on, or worse, running out of propane. Both of those come with the expense and hassle of an emergency propane delivery. If you run out, you also get a mandated pressure test and professional relighting of all pilots in your propane appliances. That adds to your costs.

Automatic Delivery Is Work-Free And Worry-Free

What if we told you there was a way to avoid all that which would also make your life easier? There is! Our Automatic Delivery takes all the work off you. We track your propane usage, factoring in your prior usage and current weather conditions, to accurately determine when you will need your propane tank filled. We then make the delivery to your home before you run low. You get peace of mind without lifting a finger!

Now is the time to enroll in Automatic Delivery. It’s fast and easy! Contact us today to get started.