1266 North Franklin Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201 (717)264-6181 "Our Family Serving Your Family" Since 1928

After-Hours Emergency Delivery

Propane Emergencies

If you smell propane or are concerned about a potential propane leak, immediately turn the tank valve off (clockwise). Contact our office to have a service call.

Out of propane calls. After-hours deliveries, for propane, are available for current customers that use propane as their only source of heat. Supplemental heat, such as fireplaces, cooking, hot water, and pool heaters are not eligible for after-hours delivery service.

For accounts that use propane as their only source of heat, please call the office phone number and follow directions to speak to an after-hours operator. After-hour fees may apply.

Please read the safety notes on the delivery tickets.


Heating Oil/Kerosene Emergencies

Heating oil and kerosene, emergency deliveries, after normal business hours are available to current customers only for the address on record. The after-hours fee for a delivery is $150.00. Bleeding the line to the furnace is an additional $55.00. Customers with a balance due on their account are NOT eligible for after-hours service.

We do not offer service for heating equipment.

Drivers that are on call cannot take payment by phone, nor answer questions about the account, such as balance or status of delivery. Please leave a message and the calls will be answered the next business day.

Please note, calls to the emergency operator that are not eligible for after-hours delivery service will be returned the next business day. Calls to the emergency operator that do not meet the qualifications above will incur a service charge.

Heating oil/off road diesel is available to purchase at our 24-hour pumps at 484 W Commerce St by credit card. Heating oil/off road diesel and on road diesel can be put in your heating oil tank to provide heat until a delivery can be scheduled.

Kerosene customers can purchase kerosene, at a gas station (not offered at our station) and put it in your tank to provide heat until a delivery can be scheduled.

There are multiple YouTube videos explaining how to bleed the lines to your furnace (restarting oil furnace) once you have put some fuel in the tank.