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We specialize in gas delivery service to residential Customers! There is nothing more important than the safety and security of your home and loved ones. At Rocky Mountain Propane, we do more than deliver propane. We deliver comfort and convenience to our customers reliably and consistently.

When your hot water isn't working or home heating shuts off, call us and we will be there to help you. Early mornings or late nights, holidays and weekends, we are there. Just need some friendly advice? All our employees are local, and have many, many years of propane industry expertise. Simply put, we like to help our customers solve problems, and we have the experience and knowledge beyond deliveries and simple repairs. We want your home to be efficient and comfortable, and we have the tools and expertise to help make that happen.

Did You Know? (Source Propane Education and Research Council)
  • Approximately 5.6 million households use propane gas to fuel their home-heating system. (Determined by the federal Energy Information Agency's Residential Energy Consumption Survey.)

  • A propane furnace consistently supplies air at a comfortable 120°F. Electric heat pumps dispense air at 95°F, which is less than body temperature (98.6°F), so the air feels cool, not warm.

  • According to Appliance magazine, propane gas furnaces last an average of 20 years, while electric heat pumps last an average of 14 years. It also costs less to repair a propane gas furnace than an electric heat pump.

  • Propane gas fireplace systems cost between 30 and 60 percent less per hour of operation than do wood-burning fireplaces (according to the Energy Savings Calculator).

  • Propane gas fireplaces can be turned off easily with a switch - or even a remote control - eliminating worry about remaining embers.

  • Vent-free, propane-fueled space heaters are 99.9 percent efficient (based on manufacturers data) and include a safety device called an oxygen depletion sensor. This device protects against the buildup of carbon monoxide by automatically turning off the heater if oxygen levels drop below specified thresholds. Some models also include thermostats and heat distribution blowers for more efficient operation.

  • Propane-fueled space heaters produce fewer air pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions than do those fueled by fuel oil and electricity.

  • Propane-fueled patio heaters enhance your outdoor living by keeping you warm and comfortable long after the end of the official outdoor patio season.

Please call us with any questions about your present propane service, or if you would like more information regarding the services we offer. We always welcome new Customers and look forward to serving you in the future!