Propane can do so much in and around your Western New York home. From home and water heating to cooking to grilling, propane provides energy-efficient comfort.
NOCO makes it easy to make sure that you’ll always have the propane you need with our Automatic Delivery option.
But if you still employ Will-Call, you need to know how to read your propane tank gauge. You must know how much propane is in your tank so that you know when to contact us to schedule a delivery.
Go to your propane tank and look for a dial that resembles the speedometer on a car. The numbers on that dial show how full your propane tank is. If the needle is resting at 50, your propane tank is 50% full. Don’t allow your tank level drop below 30% before contacting us to arrange a propane delivery if you use Will-Call delivery. We recommend this so that you never have to worry about running out of propane.
Reading the propane tank gauge is simple, as we’ve pointed out. It’s not so simple remembering to do it on a regular basis. We totally understand. Life can get busy and tasks fall through the crack.
But if you neglect to check your propane tank level, you face the risk or running low on propane and requiring an emergency delivery or worse, a propane run-out. When your propane runs out, you’ll need not only an emergency propane delivery but also a service tech to re-light all of your propane appliances and test the pressure in your propane tank.
That risk is eliminated with Automatic Delivery because we handle monitoring your propane usage for you! Our cutting-edge computer system takes into account your propane consumption history and current weather conditions to accurately predict when you’ll require more propane. With this data, propane is delivered to you before you run low.
Enjoy work-free, worry-free propane service with our Automatic Delivery! Contact us today to enroll.