NOCO supplies propane to thousands of homes in Western New York. Aside from heating your home, propane can be used to heat hot water tanks and swimming pools, dry clothes, cook food, and space heat rooms. If you're a new propane customer, we will set up your tank and perform a safety gas check for free! Plus, you'll receive up to 25 feet of outdoor gas line.

Program Pricing Options

NOCO offers the following programs tailored to your needs.

Fixed Price Program - This program provides the ultimate protection, as your price will never exceed the guaranteed low cap price. If the NOCO market price is lower than your current cap price, you will pay the lower amount. However, if the market price increases, you will continue to pay your lower cap price. This program requires automatic delivery, credit approval, and a minimum of 500 gallons per season.

Pre-Buy Fixed Price - This program allows you to purchase your propane in bulk at the lowest price possible. We will deliver your propane throughout the heating season on a as-needed basis. This program requires a minimum purchase of 500 gallons.

Market Price - This is a variable price program that reflects the market price at the time of each delivery. The price will increase or decrease throughout the year depending on the fuels market. This program is available with will call or automatic delivery.

Services

NOCO's 24-hour emergency service, budget billing plans, and hassle-free deliveries make us WNY's top choice. With NOCO, you'll receive uninterrupted supply and delivery.

Budget Billing - We offer a budget billing program that distributes your heating bills over monthly installments. This allows you to enjoy budgeted monthly payments, and avoid higher heating bills during the winter season.

Automatic Delivery - This option is available so you don't have to worry about monitoring your propane tank or ordering when you're running low. When you choose automatic delivery, we will schedule your propane deliveries so you don't have to worry about running out.

Will Call Delivery - This option allows you to order propane only when you need it. With this program it's important to give enough lead time (typically three business days) for us to make the delivery.

Direct Pay - Pay your bill automatically without the hassle of check writing, stamps, mailing, and due dates. With direct pay, your monthly bill amount is automatically withdrawn from your checking account every month.

Paperless Billing - Don't want to receive a paper statement? Sign up for paperless billing and we'll email you your statement each month!

Ordering Options - Call or order online today! New customers, please call us at (800) 662-6776 so we can answer any questions and set up your account.

Locations We Serve

NOCO supplies propane to residential customers in the following New York counties, Erie, Niagara, Orleans, Wyoming, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Alleghany, Livingston and Monroe.

Propane Safety

Propane safety is a top priority for us at NOCO. By having a qualified service technician inspect and service your propane system, you ensure that your appliances are running as efficiently as possible, saving you money. Share this information with family and friends, to help keep everyone safe.

Download our complete overview of propane safety, to share with your family and friends and help keep everyone safe. As always, if you have any questions, contact us at (800) 662-6776 today.

What is Propane?

Propane is a liquid fuel stored under pressure. In most systems, propane is vaporized to a gas before it leaves the tank. Propane is flammable when mixed with air and can be ignited by many sources including open flames, smoking materials, electrical sparks, and static electricity. Severe burn or frostbite can result if propane liquid comes in contact with your skin.

Here are some helpful tips to keep you and your family safe when it comes to propane:

Lighting Pilot Lights- If a pilot light repeatedly goes out (or is very difficult to light) there may be a safety problem. Do not try to fix the problem yourself. Call a qualified service technician for help.

Appliance Maintenance - Only a qualified service technician has the training to install, service, maintain, and repair your appliances. Don't try to modify or repair valves, regulators, connectors, controls, or other appliance and cylinder/tank parts. If you have an older appliance, have a service technician inspect the connector as they tend to crack or break.

Don't Run Out of Gas - Running out of gas can cause serious safety hazards including fire or explosion. In many states, a propane retailer or qualified service technician must perform a leak check of your system before turning on the gas.