Propane Harstine Island

Harstine Island is a large area, and Kitsap Propane happily offer full propane delivery service to the entirety of it. If you need propane anywhere on Harstine Island, we can provide it. We accept orders over the phone or through our website, accepting cash, check, Visa, MasterCard or Discover for payment. And all of our online order customers are automatically entered for a monthly draw of 50 free gallons of propane.

Every year, propane sees the per-gallon rates go up as the temperatures drop, the market reflecting the increasing demand for fuel as winter hits. We could have sat back and just accepted this, but that’s not what Kitsap Propane is about. Instead, we instituted our Pre-Pay program. Now, any of our Harstine Island customers can purchase winter propane ahead of time at a flat rate. We’ll store it until winter hits and then begin delivering. We’ve helped our customers save as much as $80 per 100 gallons ordered using this plan.

One of the most frequent complaints about propane as fuel is the cost. Rather than customers being able to budget for a regular fee, they’re stuck with large payments to make only when propane is delivered. Again, we could have sat back and just accepted this, but that isn’t how Kitsap Propane does business. We created a Level Pay Plan. Now, any customer can have their estimated annual propane costs averaged out to create a set monthly payment.

Kitsap Propane’s staff are all 100% certified in their areas of expertise. We can inspect your existing tanks and system to ensure that everything is running as it should be. We can hook up and install your propane appliances, a new furnace or hot water heater, or even get your BBQ tank connected safely. And whenever you call us for any job, we will always send our own expert technicians. Customer relationships are too important for us to ship you off to some third party contractor.

So don’t delay. Put in an order today and find out why Kitsap Propane is the best choice for propane delivery and services today in Harstine Island.