Charles Tart Propane
Charles Tart Propane, Inc. was founded in September of 2003.
Charles Tart has been working in the propane industry since his teens, starting out in a family run operation – later working for larger corporations. Over the years he has attained extensive knowledge pertaining to the propane industry. His firsthand experience aids his ability to keep his company running smooth. Many of his employees have been with him for several years and that helps make his customer service the best. He is always striving to treat his customers the way he would want to be treated himself.
You can rely on Charles Tart Propane to provide you with professional service & delivery. You won’t be just a number, Charles will make sure of it. Charles doesn’t agree with the distance that large corporations put between them and their clients. He wants something different for his company. This business owner vows to operate his company with a different approach…
Quality while keeping prices as low as possible, and efficiency without ignoring his clients.
Counties: Harnett, Johnston, Sampson, Cumberland & Lee (North Carolina)
Towns: Angier, Autryville, Benson, Broadway, Bunn Level, Buies Creek, Coats, Clinton, Dunn, Eastover, Erwin, Falcon, Fayetteville, Four Oaks, Fuquay Varina, Godwin, Hope Mills, Lillington, Linden, Mamers, Meadow, McGee’s Crossroads, Newton Grove, Plain View, Rebel City, Roseboro, Salemburg, Sanford, Spivey’s Corner, Stedman, Vander, Wade, Willow Springs
Charles Tart Propane, Inc. is a proud member of National Propane Gas Association, North Carolina Gas Association, Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce.
Safety & Efficiency Tips
1. Make sure that you have an adequate propane supply. Ask your propane provider about payment programs and scheduling regular visits so that there’s always enough propane in your tank. This will help avoid ever running empty if inaccessible roads delay deliveries.
2. Confirm that your heating system and appliances are running efficiently. Before the start of each heating season, have a qualified service technician inspect and service your appliances and propane system. When appliances are running as efficiently as possible, you conserve fuel and save money.
3. Install and set a programmable thermostat. You could save an estimated 10 percent per year on heating costs by using a programmable thermostat, and by resetting it when you are asleep or away from home you won’t have to sacrifice comfort.
4. Use sunlight to your advantage. During winter months, you can take advantage of sunlight by opening your curtains during the day to allow the sun to naturally heat your home.
5. Reduce energy for water heating. Water heating is a large energy expense, accounting for about 14 to 18 percent of most home utility bills. By taking low-cost steps such as making sure your water heater is set to no higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit and installing low-flow showerheads or temperature sensitive shower valves, you can reduce your water heating bills.