Residential Propane Services

Residential Propane Services


United Propane provides the following residential propane services to customers across North Texas through our three locations, each with over 70 years experience handling customers’ propane needs:

  • Residential propane delivery and payment plans that can be customized to your needs
  • Propane tank installation including leasing tanks for your home
  • Maintenance and repair of residential propane tanks including valves and gauges
  • Entire system maintenance including safety inspection
  • Appliance conversion from natural gas to propane

Call one of our locations today to speak with us about your specific needs and pricing.


United Propane Dallas
Dallas, Texas

Our Dallas location (formerly Huffhines Gas) has served the needs of residential propane gas users for more than 70 years. We look forward to your call to discuss your specific needs, and how our flexible delivery and payment plans can fulfill those needs.

972-225-2347

800-833-1GAS

United Propane Fort Worth
Fort Worth, Texas

Our Fort Worth location (formerly Propane Bottle Service) started as a family business in 1946 and now delivers propane gas and installs propane tanks of all sizes for residential customers in Tarrant, Parker, Johnson and Hood counties.

817-626-5496

800-246-5496

United Propane Justin
Justin, Texas

Our Justin location (formerly Henderson Oil & Propane) just north of Fort Worth satisfies the energy needs of customers in Denton, Tarrant and Wise Counties. We look forward to your call to discuss your specific needs, and how our flexible delivery and payment plans can fulfill those needs.

940-648-3113

800-799-3113

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Not sure if you need to call?


A propane tank needs refilling at 20%. For your safety and protection, it is best to call your United Propane location when your tank is at 20% to ensure you get a delivery before you run out of propane.

Your propane gauge is located under the dome at the top of the tank. Reading your propane gas gauge is not complicated. You’ll see bold black numbers encircling the gauge and a single pointer needle. The pointer will represent the percentage of gas remaining. Due to the properties of propane, your tank is considered full at 80% (allowing for the expansion of propane vapor).

Residential safety tips


Propane safety information from the Texas Railroad Commission

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