Propane is one of the cleanest, efficient and most versatile fuels around – an American-made energy source you can use to power appliances inside and outside your home. Its applications are rapidly growing, and it is a safe and cost-effective energy source. Northdale is here to assist you with all of your propane needs, large or small.
We are able to serve you whether you are making memories in your home, a farmer with a grain drayer, or a retailer providing home heat to your customers.
Most Convenient Delivery Option
- Stress-Free, year-round service free of charge.
- A Northdale Oil Specialist will monitor your tank usage and schedule a delivery when needed.
- Spread out your payments over nine months with Budget Billing.
- Ideal for Vacation Homes
- This device automatically monitors your tank and schedules fills when needed.
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.
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.
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.
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 for customers and our trained staff will take all precautions to keep you and your family safe. When used properly, propane is a safe, economical, and clean-burning fuel. However, propane is flammable when mixed with oxygen and many sources can ignite it.
- Propane smells like rotten eggs, skunk’s spray, or something similar; but propane can be hard to smell, so respond immediately to even a faint odor of gas.
- Avoid flames or sparks; do NOT operate lights, appliances, etc.
- Leave the area immediately
- Shut off the gas by turning off the main gas supply valve on your propane tank if it is safe to do so.
- Immediately contact Northdale Oil from neighbor’s home or other nearby building. We may recommend calling the Fire Department.
- Do not return to the building until a qualified individual determines it is safe to do so.
- CO is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and toxic gas that is produced when any fuel burns, such as propane. High levels of CO can come from appliances that are not operating correctly, ventilation systems, or chimneys that have become blocked.
- High levels of CO can make you dizzy, nauseous, feel fatigued, experience headaches, and others including death.
- Respond immediately to any of these symptoms.
- Reduce the risk of CO poisoning by having a qualified technician service propane appliances and parts, utilize CO detectors, and several others.
- Serious safety hazard, including fire or explosion, can result if your tank runs out of gas. A leak check must be performed before turning the gas back on.