- Propane prices can be up to $1.00 a gallon cheaper than the state average.
- Members do not pay a tank rental fee in most cases.
- There are no additional fees to add propane services to your account.
Can I get propane from my same propane supplier?
What if I already rent my tank from a different company?
It's easy to switch if you decide to change from your current provider to one of the companies in the Co-op. Once you decide to switch to a participating company, the steps are simple to switching out your existing tank.
First, the Co-op will forward your information to the participating propane supplier in your area and they will contact you to sign you up for normal service. Next, they will switch out your tank and provide a safety check free of charge. This new tank will have about 20 gallons to last a few days until your new company can make a delivery and fill your tank. Your old provider is then responsible for picking up your old tank. We take care of everything, and you will receive full-service discounted propane from our propane gas Co-op!
What other benefits do I receive as a member?
As a member, you will receive a discounted rate on your propane that will save you money every year. All of our propane companies are full service companies and can get to you 24/7 if you ever have any problems with your tank. Most of our companies also offer a free tank rental if you receive both your oil and propane from them. Finally, as a member of the Co-op, we are here for you if you ever have any questions or concerns about your service or your provider.
If you are already a member of the Co-op, there is no additional membership fee to add propane service to your account. Click here to add propane service to your existing account.
If you are not a Co-op member and would like to join, membership dues are $30 annually, or $20 for seniors with a one-time $10 application fee.