Why Propane?

Safety is the number one reason to choose propane for your fuel
resource. Propane is cleaner than oil, and unlike gas, propane does
not go bad. If your electrical power goes out, you can still heat your
water and stay warm. Propane is produced in America and we are
proud to be a part of this great energy source.


At Town & Country, we are committed to a “safety first” culture and dedicated to protecting our employees and our customers.

We host monthly safety meetings and require all employees to undergo continuing education classes each year.

Town & Country Gas, Inc. is the low price leader of propane in the area and employs the most experienced and continuously trained workers in the field.

I am a first time user of propane and know nothing about it. What should I consider when switching from gas to propane? Is it safe?

Propane is almost exactly like natural gas or electricity except it is delivered by a person, in a tank truck. Like natural gas and electricity, propane can cause harm if you are not thoroughly educated. Find out more about propane at www.propane101.com.

Is propane readily available?

Historically there has not been any interruption in the supply of propane. Unusually cold winters in 2013 and 2014 increased demand but production has increased.

I own my own tank. Can your company service my tank or must I lease one? Will your company remove and dispose of my existing tank if it is leaking?

Yes, if the tank you own meets our requirements and is in good condition, we can service your tank. Leasing is an option available to our customers. We can exchange out the existing equipment you own and properly dispose of it. Contact our office for more details.

What should I do if I smell propane in my house, workplace, RV or around equipment?

Take immediate ACTION. Extinguish all smoking, open flames and sources of ignition. Evacuate building, vehicle or area. Do not use or touch any electrical switches, thermostats, appliances or telephones. Close the shutoff valve on the propane tank. Call the propane company and fire department using a cell phone or neighbor’s phone. Do not re-enter the building, vehicle or area until a trained professional or emergency responder has confirmed there is no leak and all appliances and connections have been checked.

Switch to propane & save!

Rebates available for homebuilders, plumbers, contractors and consumers!

Eligible appliances include:

  • Water Heater (Tank or Tankless)
  • Logs, Heaters, Dryers or Ranges
  • Gas Pack Unit (Primary Gas Furnace)

To see if you are eligible for rebates, please contact our office at 706-547-2525 and we will assist you in the process.