Don’t Let Your Propane Supply Dwindle!

Be Ready For The Visit From The Polar Vortex!

winter propane delivery new jerseyIt had been a relatively easy winter here in southern New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania—until it wasn’t. Last week’s visit by the Polar Vortex brought bitter winds and cold temperatures. And if the forecasts prove to be right, it probably won’t be the last time we get a visit.

When temperatures plummet like that, it’s best to make sure your propane supply doesn’t plummet either! If you use Will-Call for your propane delivery, you need to check your propane tank gauge even more frequently this time of year. Doing it when you see extreme temperatures or a winter storm in the weather forecast is especially important.

How To Read A Propane Tank Gauge

Go out to your propane tank and look for the round dial on it that looks like a speedometer. The numbers on the dial indicate the percentage of how full your propane tank is. If the needle is on 60, your propane tank is 60% full.

We urge you to not let your propane tank fall below 30% full before contacting us to schedule a propane delivery. If you are running low on propane, or have run out, DO NOT email us or contact us online. Call us at 844-219-5767 for an emergency propane delivery.

The best way to protect your home from a propane run-out is to also make sure you’re enrolled in Automatic Delivery from Blue Flame!

Want even more peace of mind? We also offer wireless propane tank monitoring. We will know 24/7 exactly how much propane is in your tank—and when you need a propane delivery. You’ll also know thanks to alerts via email or text, or you can use the app and check your tank gauge levels any time.

If you want propane delivery you can count on, become a Blue Flame customer today. We’re here to keep you warm and comfy through the worst this winter throws our way—and far beyond!