You will want to ensure that you have evaluated new suppliers and do this before tank removal to avoid any interruptions of service. After ending your existing contract with your old provider, you will need to schedule tank removal. At this point it is best to contact your new provider and let them know exactly what you will need, such as a new tank to lease from them. If you already own your tank you can begin by getting (an) online quote to get started!
We're here to help guide you through the process so you can have a seamless transition and avoid any service interruptions.
Here are the steps to switch your propane supplier to AmeriGas.
Step 1 Sign up with a new propane supplier
Step 2 Schedule propane tank removal and propane tank installation
We will provide your new tank if you do not already own one, but your previous propane supplier will have to remove the old tank. Ideally, you will have both removal and new tank installation scheduled on the same day. You must have the old tank removed by your previous propane supplier prior to having the new tank installed by an AmeriGas technician. This will ensure you are with propane for most of the day with minimal interruption.
Step 3 Enjoy one of the safest, most reliable and largest propane supplier in the United States
Being the largest provider in the United States has many benefits to our customers. We have top notch safety protocols and the largest propane supply in the country. With over 6,000 trucks, live dispatchers and 24/7 emergency services you can relax knowing that your propane is taken care of by us.
A powerful portal at your fingertips
With our online quoting and account service, you can pay your bill, schedule a payment, view your scheduled deliveries, place an order (if eligible), sign up for Automatic Delivery, enroll in paperless billing, sign up for automatic payment, and more.