Propane Chimacum

Jefferson Propane is a locally owned and operated propane company who know what all of our customers in Chimacum need. You need prompt and efficient propane delivery service, and we’re here to offer you just that. Simply give us a call or use our online order form, and we’ll send a delivery truck to your home or business as soon as possible. Our online customers are entered into our monthly draw for 50 free gallons of propane. And if you’re a new customer, we’ll switch out your tanks absolutely free of charge.

You need a reliable backup generator for those times when the power grid goes down. Jefferson Propane offers a range of standby generators with propane tanks that can suit nearly any home or business and their energy needs. These units automatically come online when the power drops out, so you won’t need to stumble around a dark basement to find the on switch. Our certified technicians can install your choice of top-of-the-line generators for you, and you’ll be a priority customer for propane refills in the case of a power outage.

Those same experienced technicians can also hook up all of your propane appliances for you, so you can be certain that everything is working correctly. We can install a new underground or aboveground propane tank, and also take care of any and all piping work that you need to be completed. And we offer system and tank inspections absolutely free of charge.

While other propane companies might simply accept things like the cost of propane rising every winter, that isn’t good enough for Jefferson Propane. We don’t think it’s right for our customers to be stuck paying more when they need heat. So we created a Pre-Buy program that lets all of our interested customers buy their winter propane ahead of time at a lower fixed rate. We’ve helped save people as much as $80 per 100 gallons purchased in past winters.

Jefferson Propane offers the best blend of delivery, service and customer care to everyone in Chimacum. Why not join our band of happy customers, from Chimacum to Port Townsend, today?