Hoodsport Propane & Heating Oil Delivery
Hoodsport's Propane Supply FAQs
We buy our fuel and we add a set per gallon margin to it. The only differences are tank size or lease/own status. Basically, on any given day, everyone with the same set up (ie: all customers with a 500 gallon owned tank), will pay the exact same price. You pay a little more per gallon for a smaller tank, a little less for a larger tank. We don’t charge different prices to different customers just because we can; we don’t feel that that’s fair.
Simple answer, no. As explained in “How do you price your fuel?”, we like to treat everyone fairly and equally. While some companies try to come in with “teaser rates” to try to gain business, our thought is if we can’t give our existing customers that special price, we shouldn’t give it to others. Our only discount is on the first fill up on a tank that is purchased or leased from Acme and our prompt pay discount of 5 cents per gallon.
- The short answer is yes, propane can technically freeze at -306.4 degrees Fahrenheit (or -188 degrees Celsius). But what is more likely to happen than your propane tank freezing is that your propane can no longer vaporize. When the temperature gets below -44 degrees Fahrenheit (-42.2222 degrees Celsius) the propane will no longer boil. You can fix it by getting a propane tank heater. However, You shouldn’t be too concerned about freezing temperatures seeing as the average temperature during the coldest months of the year in Hoodsport, Washington is about 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Alternatively, in hot weather conditions, you should simply not leave your propane in direct sunlight as the hotter the tank gets, the more pressure there will be inside the tank.
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