We’re sure you know by now why having a propane tank installed in your yard is essential to saving money on your electric bill, but unlike electricity, gas needs to get refilled every so often. This can lead to some confusion about what you need to do in order to remedy the situation.
Well, let’s start by letting you know that we refill it for you through our delivery service. If you want to know more than that, continue reading our guide on understanding how propane delivery works.
The Basics of Delivery
So, you’re running low on propane, and you need more for the frigid weekend coming up. All you need to do is give us a call and set up a time for us to stop by and refuel your tank. We’ll come by and do all of the work for you. You’ll simply need to make sure we have a clear path to your tank. Since it’s located outside, you don’t even necessarily need to be there when we deliver it. It’s that simple.
How You Can Control It
The most obvious question after that is, “How do I know when I’m running low?” All our tanks come with wireless monitoring systems that can alert you when your tank needs to get refilled. Once you get that notification, that’s when you inform us and let us handle the rest.
We’d like to note you should let us know as soon as you get that warning. Letting your propane tank run out entirely can cause a whole host of issues that wouldn’t have happened if we filled it back up before it was empty.
How We Can Control It
If you’re worried about messing that up, sign up for Automatic Deliveries. This is where we come to your house more regularly to top off your tank far before it gets down to dangerous levels. The best part is you can do this at no extra cost to you. It’s the easiest option if you don’t want to worry about messing up your propane tank and or even the gas-powered appliances in your home.
Now that you have a better understanding of how propane delivery works for our business, we hope you choose us over the other propane delivery companies out there. If you have any more questions about our delivery process, check out our website or give us a call to learn even more.
By David Coon