If you need propane gas delivery for your fireplace, cook stove, water heater, pool heating, or general home heating, we have the propane solution for you. We are more than just a propane delivery company. We are a full-service home comfort provider, and we can guide you through the entire propane heating process — from finding the appropriate tank for your home and connecting all of your appliances to the system, to suggesting any necessary propane home heating equipment.
If you are currently using home heating oil or electricity and are interested in switching to propane gas for a more efficient, cleaner and cost-effective energy solution, our knowledgeable energy consultants are ready and waiting with a variety of conversion options to meet your needs.
Yes! It is possible to convert your system to propane from heating oil or electric heat. If you are interested in learning more about converting your system, please contact us today to schedule a free energy consultation and one of our energy experts will be happy to discuss options for your home.
Yes! SMO Energy is currently offering a discount when you sign up for a new account with us! Call us at 888-225-1022 today to see how much you can save!
Yes! With our free SmartPay program, you can keep your energy costs down during the coldest months of the year by spreading your energy costs into lower, monthly payments.
With SmartPay, your expected fuel, service agreement, and tank lease fee expenses for the year will be divided over 12 months, which translates to low monthly payments. This is our most popular payment program.
To calculate your monthly payment, we use your delivery history to estimate the total number of gallons you will need for the year. We then combine that cost with the cost of any service plans or tank lease fees to estimate your monthly payment amount. You don’t need to worry about using less fuel than we’ve budgeted for because you can always request a refund on the remaining balance. Periodically SMO Energy will review your actual spend to your projected spend and will adjust your SmartPay payments to align the two. The best part –there is no cost to enroll in this program!
If desired, you may also choose to enroll in our SmartPay Plus program to save even more! This program allows you to autopay so you won’t have to worry about sending in your SmartPay payment each month. With this convenient program, your payments are automatically withdrawn from your bank account or credit card on the 26th of each month. There are no fees to enroll in the SmartPay Plus program.
Unfortunately, we are not able to fill a propane tank from another provider. Tanks from propane companies are most often leased to homeowners — even if you own the property. If you are interested in using SMO Energy for propane delivery, please contact us today and we’ll be happy to help you transfer your delivery service.
Many people wonder whether propane is a safe option for heating a home. Here are a few answers to some of the most common propane safety questions:
No. Exploding, imploding or ruptured tanks are extremely rare. While many people have seen an exploding propane tank on television or in a movie, this is nearly impossible under normal operating conditions. There are numerous safety mechanisms in place to prevent accidents, explosions, ruptures or breaches to the propane tank.
On its own, propane is colorless and odorless. It produces minimal emissions, is not harmful to soil or groundwater and is non-toxic. Most propane suppliers will add a chemical compound that makes propane smell like rotten eggs in order to alert customers if there is a leak. If you suspect that you have a propane leak, it is important that you:
Yes. There are serious safety hazards associated with letting your propane tank go empty. It is always best to keep your propane tank filled and monitored by a propane provider. If you are monitoring your propane tank, it is best to not let the tank go below 30 percent of the tank capacity.
Reasons why it is important to ensure your propane does not run out:
Please note that many states require a propane provider or a service technician to perform a leak check on your propane system before turning the gas back on. If you have run out of propane, it is important that you contact your provider immediately to schedule a leak check for your system.
Modifying or performing DIY repairs on your propane system are not recommended for safety reasons. Any repairs or modifications to any part of a propane system should be done by a licensed professional or propane company. In some instances, modifying your propane system can be illegal. If you live in Southern Maryland, give SMO Energy a call at 888-225-1022 and we’ll be happy to assist you.