Rely on United Cooperative for your home heating needs

Propane is an excellent energy source for your home — both inside and out. This clean-burning energy source delivers uncompromised comfort and value. Homeowners can count on this environmentally friendly, low-carbon fuel to meet their energy needs, even when the electrical grid is down.

United Cooperative provides quality propane that’s clean, efficient, reliable and affordable. Propane is a safe, worry-free heating option for your home, farm or business.

At United Cooperative, safety is our number one priority for our customers and our employees. We are dedicated to protecting you, your family and your property. United Cooperative Propane Safety Newsletter is mailed annually to customers to provide consumer information about the safe and responsible way to use propane as an energy source.

Thank you for Relying On Us

At United Cooperative, safety is a top priority and we are dedicated to helping you protect your family, your property, and creating a safe workplace for our employees. We appreciate the trust you have in us to provide you with a safe, worry-free heating option. This Propane Safety newsletter provides information about the safe and responsible way to use propane as an energy source.



Propane heat is a major selling point when buying a home. As an affordable, cleaner alternative to oil, it’s the fuel of choice among a growing number of homeowners. Cheaper than electricity and more efficient than natural gas, propane heat is something you should look for when house hunting. That being said, buying a house with propane also brings a number of factors you might not have otherwise considered if you are accustomed to gas, oil or electric heat.


Propane is an incredibly versatile fuel. In the home, it is most commonly used for heating and powering certain appliances. Stoves, barbeques, water heaters, clothes dryers and more can all run off propane. If the home has only been recently converted to propane, however, not all appliances may be using it. When making an offer, consider whether or not you’ll need to upgrade the appliances to take full advantage of propane.


About 25% of homeowners own their propane tank outright, while others rent it from a fuel company. Both arrangements have pros and cons. With a tank that is owned outright, there is no need to worry about budgeting for monthly rental fees. You’ll also have more freedom to make long-term decisions about your home’s fuel use. The downside to this, however, is that purchasing a tank can be a significant cost up front, so that cost will definitely be factored into the asking price for the home.

On the other hand, the main advantage to renting is that you’re not responsible for the maintenance of the tank. If the unit ever needs repairs or replacing, it’s not an expense you will have to worry about. Most fuel companies will happily transfer over a tank rental agreement when the house is sold.


The larger your tank, the longer you can go before having a delivery scheduled. Home propane tanks range in size from 120 to over 1,000 gallons. Be sure to ask what size the tank is so that you know how often you’ll be in need of a refill.

New Customer Referral Program 

With each new customer referral, United Cooperative will give both, the current and new propane customer a $50 United Cooperative Gift Certificate. When you refer others to United Cooperative, you are letting us know that our reliable service is something to be communicated, so we want to thank you for your loyalty and thank our new customers for their trust.

Referred customers must lease a tank from United Cooperative to obtain eligibility for both the new and existing customers.

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(800) 924-2991

Propane contracting options from United Cooperative
Call 1-800-924-2991 to lock in your home heating propane price until Spring 2020.

Choose a payment option    

Budget Plan
Lock in a fixed price that is spread out in 11 equal payments (July through May). If there is a balance owed at the end of your budget plan, that amount will be billed on your May statement, which will be due on or before June 30th. Any unused money will be placed on your account as a credit balance. 

Booking Plan
Lock in a fixed price and pay for your fuel as it is delivered to you. You can choose to be on either will call or scheduled delivery. You will have peace of mind knowing what your fuel cost will be per gallon when you order it. There is a 5¢ per gallon booking fee, to lock in your fuel cost.

Pre-Paid Plan
Lock-in a fixed price for the season. Pay for your heating fuel now, and receive scheduled delivery. With this plan, you don’t have to worry about your heating needs at all this winter.

Other Options to Consider
Adding Value Assurance gives you price protection should the price of propane fall. Value Assurance is a program available for a small fee that kicks in when the current delivery price is lower than your contracted price. Value Assurance assures that you will only be billed for the lower of the two payment price

Budget payments just got easier!
Save on checks by signing up for automatic budget payments on the 10th or 26th each month. You can fill out the form here!

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