Northern Arizona's Most Trusted Propane Expert:
Yavapai Bottle Gas
Yavapai Bottle Gas
2150 N. Concord Dr. B
Dewey, AZ 86327
Phone: 928-776-9007 or 877-928-8885
http://www.yavapaigas.com/ Email: email@example.com
Why they are an Expert...
Since October of 1987 Yavapai Bottle Gas has been committed to our customers and to customer service. Back then no other propane company wanted to deliver to smaller propane tanks and to R.V.s so I started Yavapai Bottle Gas to fill that niche of the market. We started with a one ton pick up truck with a 500 gallon tank mounted on it. It would pump around 20 gals per minute. Now we have six propane delivery trucks. Our largest holds 6000 gals and has a mass flow meter and pump that can deliver around 70 to 80 gallons per minute. We also have four boom trucks to set up and deliver tanks for any new tank sets we get.
We like to say we don't ask you what day you want a tank set we ask you what time you want it. Having a propane storage yard in Dewey, AZ and one in Chino Valley, AZ helps us service our many new and existing customers. We also have a 11,500 gallon propane transport to bring our propane to us from locations through out the state. Today we deliver to all sizes of tanks pumping over a million gallons a year to our customers in Yavapai County. We still service the R.V. customer along with the residential, rancher and commercial customers. Our office is centrally located in Dewey, AZ and we have eight full time employees.
Propane is a versatile energy source used by more than 14 million families in and around their homes for furnaces, water heaters, cooktops, outdoor grills, fireplaces, generators, and other appliances. Propane is helping Americans shrink their carbon footprint by providing a "green" solution for the environmentally conscious consumer. Propane delivers a clean, cost-effective, efficient and reliable energy solution.
Business owners across the country are choosing this clean-burning fuel for bus, taxi, delivery, and other fleets to minimize air pollution in metropolitan areas. Propane is also used in commercial establishments, including restaurants and hotels that depend on propane for heating, cooking, and other uses.
More than 660,000 farmers use propane for irrigation pumps, grain dryers, standby generators and other farm equipment. It is an essential fuel for crop drying, flame cultivation, fruit ripening, space and water heating and food refrigeration.
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FOR YOUR SAFETY, PROPANE HAS AN ODOR ADDED SO YOU CAN DETECT LEAKS . . .
You and each member of your household must know the smell of propane. Ask your
serviceman to demonstrate its odor. If anyone in your household cannot smell propane,
or it smells weak, call us immediately.
Propane is heavier than air and will collect at floor level. Carefully smell at floor level
and in low spots to check for propane.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS OR SUSPECT A LEAK
1. Put out all smoking materials and any other open flames.
2. Do not operate any appliances, switches, or thermostats.
3. Get everyone outside and away from gas equipment.
4. Shut off the gas supply, using the shut-off valve at the tank or cylinder.
5. Call your propane supplier - use your neighbor's phone - if gas smell is in the house.
6. Stay outside and leave the gas off until the leak has been found and fixed.