We get it. There’s a lot to do in November, between planning the Thanksgiving menu, doing the grocery shopping, getting the house ready for the holidays, making Thanksgiving dinner or traveling to it, and then it’s right into the rush of the December holidays!
But there is one important thing you should not neglect to have on your to-do list: Check the gauge levels for your Delmarva home’s propane tank.
The weather can get wacky and wild here in November. One day, you’re raking the yard in a light jacket. The next, you’re not leaving the house without a heavy coat and scarf. With those cold days, you may end up using more propane than you usually do this early in the season.
So keep a sharp eye on those propane tank gauge levels. If you run out of propane, you are facing the hassle of an emergency propane delivery. What does that entail? Besides a chilly home, you will need to have a federally mandated leak test of your propane tank – standard on all run-out’s. And then, you’ll need to have a propane professional re-light the pilots on all of your propane appliances.
But, don’t fret, as there’s any easy way to avoid all that: Sign up for automatic propane delivery from Poore’s Propane!
How does automatic delivery work?
Poore’s uses a sophisticated computer system to track how much propane you usually use based on the current weather conditions. Those calculations will tell us when to schedule an automatic delivery of propane to you when your tank gets to around 25 to 30 percent full.
No more heading outside in the cold, the rain or the snow to check how much propane is in your propane tank. No more having to schedule a propane delivery. No more worry about running out of propane.
Get the peace of mind that comes with knowing Poore’s Propane won’t let you run out of propane. Enroll in our automatic propane delivery program, today!