Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:09pm
Many propane consumers are evaluating their past propane pricing and propane service as they make decisions on propane service changes moving forward. Should I keep my same propane supplier from last year? Was my propane supplier charging 'competitive propane prices' last year? Was my propane supplier responsive to my service needs last winter? Has my propane supplier been promptly painting their leased propane tank to help me maintain the appearance of my property...or am I staring at an ugly, rusty propane tank with peeling paint and fading decals?
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:07pm
Can consumers challenge his or her propane suppliers propane price per gallon?
If a propane consumer is not participating in a fixed propane price per gallon or have any other agreement to the contrary, propane consumers should be willing to challenge his or her propane suppliers propane price per gallon - if research shows that a propane price per gallon for a pending delivery is not competitive.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 12:04pm
Many propane consumers post questions on website blogs regarding their curiosity of how propane prices are set by local propane suppliers.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 11:41am
Ontaining forklift propane cylinder delivery service can be very expensive. Operators of propane forklift fleets should investigate the following possible way that their propane forklift program may be wasting money.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 11:12am
Many propane consumers receive automatic propane deliveries from their propane supplier on a regular basis without knowledge of their propane price per gallon before receiving each delivery. As a result, propane consumers may or may not be paying competitive propane prices for each dellivery. If your propane supplier does not clearly post current propane price per gallon information on it's company website, it is important to request advance notice of your propane price per gallon for comparison before receiving each delivery.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 11:08am
Many propane suppliers that offer propane price protection plans, including propane pre-buy and propane price cap, end their propane price protection plan offers at approximately the end of September (or earlier) each year. Interested propane consumers should contact their local propane suppliers to compare local propane price protection plans as as soon as possible.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 11:01am
Many propane suppliers offer attractive summer fill propane offers to their customers. Summer fill programs are designed to save customers money based on one tank fill at traditionally low summer season propane prices. Even if your current propane supply contract prohibits you from obtaining propane fills from other propane suppliers in your leased propane tank - you may find other propane suppliers that offers attractive propane pricing program that are more competitive than your current suppliers propane pricing. If this is the case, you may wish to note the attractive propane pricing
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 10:57am
Homeowners that purchase their propane tank generally generally have some advantages over residential propane consumers that choose to lease or rent a propane tank from a propane supplier.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 10:40am
Many consumers in rural communities use propane for home heating. Many of the same homeowners write checks to their local propane supply company following each delivery without comparing their propane price per gallon.
Am I paying a competitive propane price per gallon? How much is my neighbor paying for his/her propane? These are common questions raised by homeowners.
Submitted by Marvin on February 26, 2016 - 10:35am
Residential homeowner associations typically contain many residential homes within a smaller, defined area. Many of these homeowner associations are located in rural communities without access to natural gas service. As a result, many homeowners choose propane for home heating, waterheating, clothes drying among other uses.