• Propane Delivery Service

  • Propane Delivery Options

    Fuel up with Banner Fuel! We started our business in 1924 with coal and oil. As technology changed, we added propane in 1989. We are now the top residential and commercial propane delivery service in the Spokane area! Schedule your propane delivery today by calling our office at (509) 535-1711.

     

    Keep Fill

    Our Keep Fill delivery service means you never have to worry about running out of propane. We will make sure your tank never dips below a certain point. You never have to worry about whether you will have enough propane to get you through the storm. We’re always there for you!

    • Banner Furnace & Fuel keeps your tank full
    • We track your usage and fill your tank when it has dropped to 1/4 full
    • No delivery charges
    • After hours emergency deliveries
    • Budget Payment Plan available


    Time Fill

    With our Time fill option, we will send our propane trucks to your home or office at regular intervals to make sure you have the propane you need when you need it.

    • Deliveries based on customer's requested schedule and needs
    • No delivery charges
    • You monitor your tank level


    Will Call

    With the Will Call option you are in total control of how much propane you want and when you want it delivered.

    • You call us to order
    • Order the amount of propane you want
    • You monitor your tank level
    • No night or weekend emergency deliveries

     

    About Propane

    Propane is the most common liquefied petroleum gas and is one of the country’s most versatile sources of energy. (http://www.npga.org/files/public/Facts_About_Propane.pdf)

    Propane exists as a gas and a liquid. Propane is generally non-toxic, colorless and odorless. For these reasons, an identifying odor is added for easier detection.

    When stored in tanks, propane exists as a liquid and a vapor. The vapor is released from the container as a clean-burning fuel gas. It is 270 times more compact a liquid than as a gas, making is easy to transport as a liquid.

    6.9 million households in the United States heat their home with propane. (http://www.propane101.com/propaneliquidandvapor.htm)