Propane Delivery Options

You can choose to have your propane delivered automatically, or you can call to order your propane as needed. Choose the option that works best for you.

Auto-fill

Auto-fill is a service we offer where we forecast your demand based on the weather and your appliances. We will then automatically fill your tank on route. We ask that you still keep an eye on your tank percentage and call us if the tank gets below 30%. (Credit approval required for auto-fill)

Will-call

Our Will Call delivery option means that you must schedule deliveries either by calling or ordering online. We recommend scheduling the delivery when the tank is at 30% or higher as the typical delivery window is 7-10 days for Will Call customers.

Service & Installation

digging a trench for a propane line

New Installation

We will help you estimate your annual usage and determine the best size tank for your home or business. We handle all of the details to make the process easy for our customers. A new tank installation takes about two hours.

Our trained professionals are here to help you through the process of installing a propane tank at your home or business. We will:

  • Perform a site survey at your location and help you choose the best location to place your tank
  • Help you choose the best tank size
  • Complete the tank installation (includes installing lines, regulators and shut-offs)
  • Perform a propane safety check
  • Walk you through safety procedures and how your system works

Customer Owned Tanks

If you own your propane tank, it’s easy to switch to Polar Gas. We require a Propane Safety Check prior to your initial fill. During this process, we document all of your propane appliances and check the integrity of your system. This takes approximately 30 minutes and requires the homeowner to be home.

500 gallon propane tank
Polar Gas Truck making a delivery

Tank Switch Out

If you have a competitor’s tank and would like to switch to Polar Gas, we are happy to help. We would set our tank in place of your current tank, hook everything back up and get your system running again. We would then perform a Propane Safety Check to make sure everything is safe and running as it should. This process typically takes less than two hours.