Alternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion
If you are switching from another propane company and do not own your tank, an OLG representative will help determine the tank size best suited for your specific needs and schedule a set-up date and time.
Based on your history, our system alerts us when your tank is approaching the 20-30% stage, automatically scheduling you for delivery.
Enrollment runs from May thru April. We calculate by averaging your usage. For new customers, after answering a few questions, we can estimate yourusage and start you on either plan without delay.
3-Steps to Energy Savings
While the factors that contribute to higher fuel prices cannot be controlled by propane retailers or consumers, there are some simple steps customers can take to lower their energy bill year-round. The industry encourages homeowners to save on energy costs by following this three-step energy plan:
• Explore fuel payment plan options to spread your projected annual costs over many months, balancing the costs of seasonally higher bills. Ask about our “fixed-price” option, and “lock-in” price availability.
• Set up a regular delivery schedule with your retailer. Consider filling your tank before the start of the heating season rather than waiting until it is empty.
• Tax credits may be available to homeowners for the installation of qualifying propane appliances. For more information, click here: buildwithpropane.com/stimulus
Many propane appliances may have a pilot light, a small, constantly burning flame inside the appliance.
Appliances without a pilot light often have an electronic ignition instead.
If your appliance has a pilot light, it is an important safety feature. It lights the main burner when needed.
A pilot light that repeatedly goes out or is difficult to light may be signaling that there is a problem with the appliance or with your propane system. If this occurs, DO NOT attempt to light the pilot yourself. Contact our office to have a qualified service technician come out and evaluate your situation.
Accidents or serious injury can occur when customers attempt to fix a pilot light problem on their own. If you light the pilot yourself, you are taking the risk of starting a fire or an explosion. Source: National Propane Gas Association/Propane Education & Research Council