How To Keep An Empty Propane Tank From Ruining Your Holiday

The holiday season is the most magical time of the year, but it can also be the busiest. There’s a lot going on and it’s easy to get swept up in the hustle and bustle of decorating, wrapping presents and last-minute holiday shopping. Which means forgetting the little things like checking your propane tank gauge levels.

Empty propane tanks ruin holidays

A propane-powered home has many advantages and is the perfect energy solution for every day appliances such as stoves, water heaters, clothes dryer, heating systems and more. But while you may use these appliances every day, the propane tank itself is usually out of sight, and therefore out of mind until all of sudden you’re left in a no-heat situation on a cold Texas night.

Nelson Propane wants to ensure that your holidays stay merry and bright by offering simple solutions to keep track of your propane supply.

The simplest way is to make sure you know how to correctly read your propane tank gauge. The numbers on the gauge indicate the percentage of how much your tank is filled, not the number of gallons of propane in the tank. If your tank gauge reads 30 percent or less, call us right away to schedule your next delivery.

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The best way to avoid the inconvenience of running out of gas is to sign up for our auto-fill program. When you sign up for auto-fill, monitoring your propane tank is one more item you can cross off your long to-do list. No more calling and waiting to schedule an appointment, we’ll put you on a schedule that best suits your needs.

Don’t let an empty tank ruin your holidays. Be prepared! Count on Nelson Propane for reliable propane delivery.

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