Want to get the propane tank filled up? We deliver to Boring, OR!
Never run out of fuel with our automatic deliveries
Tired of your national propane provider missing deliveries and not returning your calls?
Switch to us and experience the community connection. Come to Oregon Propane for LOCAL and AFFORDABLE propane!
We provide propane delivery for customers no matter how far off grid they may be. We are available 24 hours a day, and we have emergency propane delivery service when you need it the most.
We will deliver propane automatically to your home or ranch, so that you will never run out again.
Make regular fill ups, or just switch to the tanks that send an auto-alert to us when you are getting low on fuel.
More than we're dedicated to bringing you the best deals on propane, our friendly propane delivery drivers want to build community throughout Boring, Oregon. We're neighbors, not some big box store that sends their deliverymen from Portland.
Scroll down to find answers to common questions about propane delivery, or call us to get your propane delivered today!
Boring, Oregon Propane delivery FAQ
We prefer to do propane delivery in a 50 mile radius around Boring. So if you're around town, give us a call!
Our shiny new 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.