Propane Delivery

Home propane delivery from ProGas

Whenever you need propane delivered to your home, you can rely on the ProGas team to be there for you. Our delivery staff works incredibly hard to ensure that you have a dependable supply. And our delivery trucks are equipped with the latest computerized delivery meters. We print a metered ticket with the date and time of delivery stamped on it so that you can always be assured of the accuracy of the fuel delivery.

Let ProGas be your propane delivery company

The easiest way to guarantee that you always have enough propane in your tank is to join our Keep Full automatic delivery program. Our computer system tracks how much fuel your home will typically use based on how cold it is outside. We will deliver fuel automatically to you, usually when your tank gets to be 30% full. The result: no run-outs, no tank-watching and no calling for a delivery. You may also qualify for a wireless tank monitor.

Contact us for details

If you want to be part of our Keep Full program, you need to be enrolled in one of these ProGas Advantage Programs:

ProPay, ProCard, ProTect 1 or ProTect 2

Plus, you EARN A DISCOUNT for being a Keep Full customer

Calling for your fuel

Most of our customers like the convenience of our Keep Full automatic-delivery service. But if you prefer to call in your order each time, please be aware that there is a gap between the time you place your order and the time we can actually deliver it.

This is necessary because a “will-call” delivery has to be fit into our carefully scheduled routes.

Not being part of our Keep Full program also means that you have to take full responsibility for monitoring your tank level at regular intervals. If we must make a delivery because a will-call customer has run out, a delivery charge will apply. We also require a minimum delivery of 50% of the tank’s capacity. For example, a 500-gallon tank requires a minimum delivery of 250 gallons.

Reading the tank gauge

If you call for your propane deliveries, please remember to check your tank gauge at regular intervals. Reading your propane gas gauge is simple. It is located under the cap at the top of the tank. The numbers on the gauge represent a percentage. The pointer in the middle of the gauge points to one of those numbers. When your propane tank level reaches 30%, it’s time to give us a call and schedule a delivery.

Enroll in our Keep Full automatic-delivery program: Contact Us
Request a propane delivery: Request a Delivery