— Joel Sharp, Twin Lakes - New Liskeard, ON
Friendly, reliable and predictable service are what we enjoy the most about Grant Propane.
Delivery Options & Installation
4 Week Interval:
Every 4 weeks, during the heating season between September 1 st and May 15th, we will automatically come and assess the level of your tank and subsequently top up the tank if required.
8 Week Interval:
Every 8 weeks, during the heating season between September 1st and May 15th, we will automatically come and assess the level of your tank and subsequently top up the tank if required.
*Please Note: Our interval deliveries are approximate and weather dependent. Delivery dates can vary by up to a week. To ensure prompt delivery, please keep your account current and ensure payments are made regularly.
Beginning May 15th, for cottage goers, customers with pools and other recreational properties, we will automatically top up your tank once or twice during the summer season as required.
You will be responsible for checking the level of your tank and calling the office to request a top up when your tank level is no lower than 30% to ensure we can schedule a delivery while the truck is in your area. If we receive a fill request when your tank is empty, we DO NOT guarantee same day delivery.
*Please Note: Weather plays a significant role in our ability to offer prompt delivery, please ensure that your driveway is always clear of obstructions and a path is cleared to your propane tank.
Propane is one of the safest fuels available today; like any other fuel, propane must be handled with care.
Some safety tips to consider when dealing with propane:
- Propane gas emits a smell similar to rotten eggs, so you can easily detect it.
- Propane is heavier than air, so be aware that it gathers in low-lying areas.
- Propane can be ignited by many sources inside / outside the home including pilot lights, open flames, and electric sparks. Ignition of propane gas in an enclosed space can result in an explosion. Never smoke while handling a propane cylinder.
- Propane gas can cause severe frostbite if it comes into contact with skin or eyes.
- Always store propane cylinders outside in a well-ventilated and secure location. Never store a propane cylinder indoors.
- All lines not attached to appliances must be closed with caps or plugs.