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Safe and dependable, so you can rest easy
You can trust us for all your propane services needs. As a hometown business with a great service team, we deliver safe, dependable propane to homes, farms and businesses throughout our service territory.
We’re committed to making safety a priority. We offer a full range of propane products and services, including tools to help you manage costs associated with propane market price fluctuations. Our experienced, approachable staff and trained delivery team members are always happy to answer your questions.
Clean, efficient propane is an alternative fuel that helps cut emissions and protect the environment. In fact, propane is the fuel source for more than 60 million Americans.
Please contact us today so we can personally discuss your needs. Whether it’s propane to fuel your grill and home, or propane to power your forklift or grain dryer, we understand how vital propane is to you. That’s why we work hard to secure propane supplies year-round and to provide flexible payment/pricing options and delivery schedules for your convenience. And, we’re always ready to work with you to plan ahead and evaluate your propane storage needs for your farm or business.
CHS Larsen Cooperative delivers propane to it’s agricultural, residential, and commercial customers. You can rest easy knowing we give our patrons 24 hour emergency service, competitive pricing, certified technicians and the most dependable delivery around.
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Do You Know How to Read Your Tank Gauge?
First, you need to find the correct gauge, see picture to the left. Most propane tanks have a dome or cover that protects the valves, regulator, and gauges from the weather. Lift the dome. (In the summer months be careful. Wasps and hornets like to build nests under the dome.) You should see one or two gauges. If you see only one gauge (like the one to the left), it is likely your liquid level gauge. If you see two gauges, one of them is your liquid level gauge and the other is a pressure gauge that will say “PSI” somewhere on the dial. The gauge pictured currently shows the tank at 52%, but the level of the tank will change with temperature. In cold weather, the tank level will read lower than it will during warm weather, even though it has the same number of gallons in the tank. Customers may perceive they have a leak if they check the tank in the afternoon of one day, and then recheck the morning of the next day, as the tank levels may be different, depending on the temperature change.
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We have a great opportunity for farmers looking to add on.
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