Tank Info. . .
Important Update 3/1/2020
Free tank rental – Tank rentals are free to all members who uses at least of 200 gallons or more in a calendar year. Otherwise you will be charged a $99 tank rental fee.
Important Message 7/28/09
Dear Co-op members. In order for us to continue our quest to lower our propane cost, stay independent and grow as a group, it is necessary to address the issue of leased tanks. Many of us can not afford to purchase a tank, so a leased tank has been the only alternative. The downside to leasing a tank is that you pay 30 cents more for each gallon of propane you buy. Most importantly with a company owned tank if the need arises to change venders you cannot easily transition to another propane supplier. As a group we need to stay independent so that our group is protected.
I strongly advise every member who is just now joining our group to seriously assess your ability to purchase a tank. If you are a current member who is leasing a tank from Ferrellgas you may want to ask if you can purchase it or you can purchase a tank through the Co-op (contact us for comparison pricing info). It is extremely rare for a tank to need repair. Tanks purchased through the Co-op come with a 10 year limited warranty. Tanks that are owned by our members assure us that we will never be in a position where a propane company uses company owed tanks to their advantage.
If you have questions or concerns regarding this matter or wish to arrange a tank purchase, please call us at 882-5445 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important Message 6/06/13
We will not fill or work on LP tanks that were installed by J&R Fuels, aka, J&R Welding, located in Ballston Spa, New York
⇒You can save 30¢ per gallon by purchasing your own tank!
⇒To purchase a tank by filling out a form and mailing a check to us, CLICK HERE.
⇒To purchase a tank on the phone and pay via credit card,
please call us at 518-882-5445.
Click here ⇓
Tanks & Cylinders are available for sale. Contact the Galway Co-op at (518) 882-5445 for details.
View a do it yourself underground propane tank installation video: http://www.diynetwork.com/videos/underground-propane-tanks/18848.html
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