Out here in the country, natural gas is not an option. We heat with propane.
I found Mayes County Propane several years ago when I moved here. I have been totally satisfied.
I've got a big propane tank in the yard. You can check on how much propane is in there by a gage - kind of like the gas gage in your car. A few months ago I decided to check the quantity. I was about out, the weekend was coming, as was cold weather (I heat my house with propane). I contacted Mayes County Propane. They said they would be right out. They were.
Yesterday I cashed my income tax refund check. I decided it would be a good investment to fill up the tank. I called to let the company know I would be out of the house until about eleven a.m. and asked if they could come out soon after. They showed up at 11:15
Propane cost $1.53 a gallon. I needed 300 gallons. The total cost to me was $465. It may last four to six months, depending on how cold it gets. Writing a check for that amount kind of hurt, but many of my friends and co-workers pay $100 - $200 a month or more for natural gas.
I chatted with the propane truck driver. We were talking about the terrible ice storm we recently had. He mentioned that he and the other drivers worked from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. during that time to insure everybody had propane. Somehow that didn't surprise me. That is the type of business they are.
If you need propane, this is a great company to deal with. http://mayescountypropane.com