Propane Delivery & Pricing
Gerner Energy has been providing reliable fuel delivery to customers across the Greater Baltimore and Southern York County, PA areas for over three decades. We are excited to now include propane delivery in our extensive HVAC and fuel service offerings. When you choose Gerner Energy for propane delivery, you can expect the same high quality of care that has defined our business from the beginning.
Why Customers Choose Propane?
Known for its versatility, propane is one of the leading heating options in the United States. If you already use propane, or are thinking about transitioning to propane, it’s important to know the ins and outs of this valuable fuel. Propane is…
- Versatile. Propane can power many essential household appliances, like heating systems, stoves, clothes dryers, fireplaces, and more.
- Affordable. Propane prices continue to be cost-efficient for our customers.
- Made in the U.S.A. Almost all of the propane used in the United States is produced domestically.
- Safe and Clean. Propane is non-toxic and meets all EPA clean air standards. It is named a safe way to produce heat by the NFPA. Get more safety information here.
Have questions about propane delivery from Gerner Energy? Call us at (410) 472-2022 or fill out the form below to become a customer.
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Gerner Energy customers love the convenience and reliability of automatic delivery. Customers do not need to watch their tanks and worry about running out of propane. Running out of propane can get very costly and inconvenient. A full system gas check is needed when a propane system runs empty. Gerner Energy has the perfect solution for worry-free automatic delivery, wireless tank monitors. The lower cost of technology has made wireless tank monitoring a very affordable and efficient way to monitor your propane tank and schedule deliveries. Gerner Energy offers state of the art tank monitors to take the guessing out of knowing when you need a delivery, it also ensures you are getting the best price per gallon for your tank size. Installing these tank monitors is very simple and only takes a few minutes. Once we have the monitor installed you will get access to the smartphone app to provide real time tank levels and other statistics about your propane usage. We monitor all our tanks and come out and fill your tank when you are at 20%-30%. It is that simple and easy! These monitors also provide alerts to notify us if you have a sudden loss of propane or unusual usage alerting us that there could be a leak or problem with your system. I want a tank monitor
If you choose to monitor your own tank and call for deliveries, we can certainly provide you great prices and quick, reliable service. You must own your tank for Gerner Energy to deliver, if you don’t have proof of ownership we can provide you a tank ownership form you can sign. Give us a call at (410) 472-2022 or contact us via this form and we will contact you to setup your first delivery. We are required to perform a safety check before we make your first delivery, we will provide you more specific details when we contact you.
Reading Your Tank Gauge
Reading your propane tank fuel gauge is not complicated, but can be confusing. First, you must locate the gauge by looking under the dome of your propane tank. There you will find black numbers surrounding the circumference of the gauge and a pointer needle indicating a percentage.
Based on the physical properties of propane, tanks are considered full when the gauge reads 80%. This allows for any expansion of propane vapor. If your gauge ever falls below 20% you should contact Gerner Energy immediately at 410-472-2022 for a refill. It is safest to refill your tank before the gauge falls below 20%.
Listed below is a handy chart to help you understand how much propane is in your tank based on readings from the gauge.
Tank Ownership Responsibilities
Tank ownership does come with the responsibility of upkeep of the tank but Gerner Energy has you covered for that as well.
Industry Recommendations for propane tank maintenance: