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Propane is by far the most energy efficient heating product on the market today. Burning propane can save you up to 50% on your monthly heating expenses.
Yes. Our expert staff installs the safest and highest quality appliances and tanks. Stop by our showroom today and learn more about our propane heaters, gas logs and other propane powered appliances.
We rent and loan propane tanks to fit every need and every budget. We also sell and install underground tanks.
Millions of American families use propane on a daily basis to fuel their home furnaces, cook their meals, and heat their swimming pools. Businesses use propane to power their forklifts, fuel their vehicle fleets and operate irrigation pumps. Chances are you know someone who utilizes propane in their daily lives!
Tank loans depend on your usage amount. Please call and speak to one of our customer service representatives to learn more.
Yes, we can arrange a monthly payment plan and it will cover your heating cost for the entire year rather than being hit with a large bill at any one time.
Please give us a call at (434) 376-2418 to speak to a customer service representative. We would be more than happy to discuss how we can best serve your needs.
The Francis Oil and Propane credit application can be found here. Please download the form and submit it by one of the following methods:
- Fax to 434-376-3351
- Mail to:
PO Box 389
Brookneal, VA 24528
- Email to email@example.com at your earliest convenience.
As part of the propane industry, Francis Oil and Propane utilizes a variety of methods to ensure our propane arrives in your tank safely and securely. All of our appliances and equipment are created to the highest safety standards in the business.
Propane is less flammable than other types of fuel. In fact, propane simply won’t ignite when combined with air unless the ignition source exceeds 940° F!
In the event of a propane leak, the fuel simply doesn’t puddle on the ground, as gasoline will, rather it will vaporize into the air.