Propane is an affordable, clean, American-made fuel, which makes it an excellent energy source for both your home and business. Propane is commonly used for space heating (furnaces & fireplaces), water heating, cooking and even as an autogas. Propane is extremely safe when transported and used correctly. Northdale Oil is here to assist you with all of your propane needs, large or small.
Service for Home
Your home is so much more than just a house. It's where you cook for favorite meal, gather for many special occasions to make precious memories, and snuggle with family in the front of the fireplace.
Whatever memory you are making in your home, have faith in Northdale Oil to provide you with exceptional and reliable service for all your propane needs. Whether you are using propane to heat your home, dry your clothes or cooking a meal, Northdale Oil will always be there for you.
Most Convenient Delivery Option
You Decide When You Want Delivery
Northdale Oil offers a one-time fill per household at a rock-bottom price with our Summer Fill program. Summer Fill is typically offered in June and July. Contact Us during these months for our summer fill price.
Customers can lock in a low price on their winter heating costs by taking part in our Pre-Buy program in August. Just estimate the number of propane gallons you'll need for the season, pre-pay for those gallons and we'll deliver your propane over the course of the winter. Contact Us to get signed up.
Northdale Oil participates in State Energy Assistance Programs. Customers who need financial assistance making payments can visit the links below for more information.
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Service for Business
Whether you are looking for Propane to fuel your restraunt for cooking, keep your forklifts moving or simply to heat your building, we've got you covered. Call today to see how we can help you control your bottom line!
Service for Agriculture
Hassle-free, State-of-the-Art Technology monitoring devices we can provide will help make farming easier. Whether you are looking at filling a 500-gallon tank or 18,000-gallon tank we are here to provide you with exceptional and reliable service. We provide dialing pricing to guarantee you get the best prices with no hidden fees.
Northdale offers propane tank sizes of 120 gallons, 250 gallons, 500 gallons and 1,000 gallons. Please call us to discuss the appropriate size for your home or business.
Sales & Lease
Tanks are typically leased, though we also offer tank sales and lease-to-own.
Installation service is provided by Northdale's CETP-trained, in-house personnel.
Northdale Oil offers tank monitoring as an optional service for your convenience. Don’t know how much propane is in your tank? Don’t want to walk outside and check in the middle of winter? Our tank monitoring service allows you to log-on and check your propane tank level from the comfort and warmth of your home. Contact us for further details.
Northdale Oil is committed to the safe handling of propane while delivering to and serving our customers. Propane is a safe, economical fuel, but it can be hazardous if not handled properly. As long as propane and its container are kept under control, it will be useful and safe.
- Propane vapor is heavier than air and can gather in low places.
- Propane has an added odor you must learn to recognize (ask your supplier).
- Propane is a flammable gas and is ignited by matches, sparks (ie. lightswitches), etc.
- Propane appliances and system parts do wear out. Have them checked by your propane supplier periodically.
If you do smell propane or hearing a hissing sound:
- Do NOT turn lights on or off, or utilize a source of ignition (such as lanterns or lighters) to investigate.
- Leave the house or leak source immediately. Make sure everyone in the building is evacuated. Do not re-enter the dwelling.
- Turn off the tank valve if you know how (ask your supplier).
- Call your propane supplier and the fire department from a neighbor's home.
We are proudly members of both the North Dakota Propane Association and the Minnesota Propane Association. For more information on these associations, visit the links below.