Got a big propane tank in eagle creek? We Deliver!
Never run out of fuel with our automatic deliveries
We know firsthand what it's like to live in a rural place like Eagle Creek. In fact, we live here. That's why Oregon Propane got started.
We offer LOCAL and AFFORDABLE propane to our neighbors in Eagle Creek.
You can always rely on Oregon Propane for propane delivery, no matter how far off grid you are. Our lines are open 24 hours a day, and our emergency propane delivery service keeps you warm when you need it most.
Get automatic propane delivery and never worry about running out again
Schedule a fill up on a regular basis, or switch to one of our tanks that send an auto-alert to us when you are low on fuel.
Our friendly propane delivery drivers are invested in building community throughout Eagle Creek even more than we're dedicated to bringing you the best deals on propane. We are your neighbors, not some big box store who sends their drivers from Portland.
Scroll down to find answers to common questions about propane delivery, or call us to get your propane delivered today!
Eagle Creek Propane delivery FAQ
We prefer to stick to a 50 mile radius around Eagle Creek. So if you're around town, give us a call!
Our professional propane delivery trucks have 100ft hoses attached.
To keep our propane delivery route efficient we require the following minimum amounts of propane:
- Complete fills at 35% or less for 325, 250, and 124 gallon tanks.
- 275 gallons in a 500 gallon tank
- 500 gallons in a 1,000 gallon tank
When you're signed up with one of our tanks, it automatically alerts us when you're at 15% so we can come fill it up for you.
That really depends on the day (Christmas day is not going to be cheap, my friend) and the amount needed. Call us for an estimate!
Yes. But not by air. The USPS deems propane as a division 2.1 flammable gas that is acceptable to ship via ground transportation.
Which is exactly why we have two shiny new 11,000 gallon propane trucks ready to fill your tanks! We follow the regulations set out by the National Propane Gas Association (NPGA), which you can read about here.