2018 Spring Newsletter

Four things propane users should do for winter preparation

Aren’t we already in winter? In short, yes, but in Pennsylvania and surrounding states, winter comes and goes like rain in the summer. One day it’s snowing, the next day it’s in the mid-forties. With snow frequently in the upcoming forecast, we thought it would be a good idea to share a few thoughts on Read the full article…

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Delivering Value with Every Gallon

We believe great value is about more than price. That’s why we offer budget-friendly payment options and convenient automatic deliveries to make your life a little easier.

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Put your Comfort on Automatic…Delivery

Many of our oil and propane customers get scheduled deliveries. They never have to call us for fuel because we carefully track their fuel usage and then make a delivery before their tank gets low.

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Raising Smart to a Higher Degree

A smart thermostat is a great addition for your home. A Wi-Fi enabled thermostat allows you to view and change temperature settings and much more.

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5 Propane Upgrades to Consider

Balance out your comfort and savings throughout the year with these five suggestions for propane upgrades.

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Ask Zac: What should I do if I lose my heat?

Zac lets you know what to do if you suddenly lose heat, and shares some valuable information on automatic fuel deliveries from Smith.

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Five steps for winter prep

Customers often ask how they can avoid problems and help ensure that they have an easier winter. Here are a few suggestions

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Employee Spotlight: Getting to Know Customer Service Representative Jessica Light

Get to know Smith Propane and Oil Customer Service Rep. Jessica Light!

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4 Reasons to Switch to Propane this Fall

Propane is efficient, readily available, economical, and safe. Here’s 4 reasons to switch to propane as your primary heat fuel.

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Case Study: Propane Delivery to Commercial Farm in Indiana County

Who Apex Farms in Penn Run, PA The Story Apex Farms*, located in Penn Run, is a farm and nursery operating in Indiana County. One of the biggest challenges of the year for the Apex is crop drying season, which typically lasts 2-3 months during the Fall. Apex, like many farms in the region, uses Read the full article…

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