Got Propane?

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Are you heating your home with Propane? There is a local company that is little known but offers the lowest prices, read moreĽ

Posted on 7 Nov 2010, 01:07 - Category: The Town Common
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Posted on 8 Nov 2010, 11:51 by Gerry Germaine
US Energy West Springfield
This company has been touted by some as being the cheapest around.
I priced LP Gas for a 500 gal. tank. The minimum drop is 100 gallons and the price today 11/8/2010 is $2.15 per gallon with a $3.25 delivery charge.
You can speak with Terry there @ 413 827 4935. They come into Holland every week.
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Posted on 21 Jan 2011, 22:09 by Big savings
Thank you Peter
Thank you Peter for your article about local gas companies.
After I received a supply of gas from Arrow Gas in December at $5.10 a gallon, I contacted High Grade Gas Service and switched to HGGS. Got a delivery this week with a new tank, $2.69 a gallon.
Thanks again!
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Posted on 17 Jun 2014, 8:00 by Peter Frei
$1.95 per Gallon
Just bought 400 gallons for $1.95 at High Grade Gas Service, located at 19 Middle River Drive, Stafford Springs, CT 06076.
Don't wait until the Irak situation is getting out of hand. At times, last winter the price was double of what it is now.
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Posted on 28 May 2015, 15:03 by Peter Frei
Gallon Propane $1.33!
If you heat your house with propane, now is the time to fill up that empty tank!
That is what I just did today, at HGGS in Stafford Springs. You need to own your tank to get this price; if you don't it will be a little bit more. Good luck!
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