Clark Gas Energy Update
ASK AN EXPERT: Q: I’ve noticed that after a delivery, my propane tank is never filled all the way. Why not? A: The propane in your tank is a liquid, which changes to gas before it leaves the tank. But like all liquids, it will expand when its temperature rises. To make sure there’s room for propane to safely expand, we typically fill tanks to about 80%. So a 500 gallon tank that’s 80% full will safely hold about 400 gallons of propane. Keep in mind the amount of propane in your tank doesn’t change when it expands and contracts, but its density does.
Evelyn Parks | Hillsville Office
LEVEL PAY B U D G E T I N G M A D E E A S Y
Receiving a large fuel bill at the same time your property taxes are due or it’s time for Christmas shopping, is not ideal for anyone. We offer our Level Pay Plan to give our customers the ease and comfort of knowing what their monthly fuel cost will be by spreading their annual fuel costs over twelve months. Enjoy the consistency of paying one even payment each month. If you sign up for E-Pay, you enjoy a 3% credit on all monthly payments applied on your 12th month. When you sign up for Level Pay Plan, we will average your last twelve months of fuel costs and estimate your monthly payment amount. If you are new to Clark Gas & Oil, we will estimate your future usage based on the appliances that you have in your home or business. We keep an eye on our Level Pay customer accounts in case you have changes in your life that result in an energy change and adjust your payment amount accordingly.
Customers can call their local office or email email@example.com to find out what their estimated monthly Level Pay Plan payment will be if interested in enrolling.
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