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This post has been updated as of April 1, 2020 from it’s original post on March 16, 2020 and last update March 18, 2020.

As we all continue to navigate our “new normal” together during this coronavirus pandemic, Anderson Propane is committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for our employees and you.  We take this responsibility seriously and as a result, our team has taken several actions to ensure that you have uninterrupted service to your home and business.

Fortunately, to date no Anderson employee is ill with the COVID-19 virus.  

As of Thursday, March 19th, the Anderson Propane corporate office and showroom are closed to the general public. Our office staff are active from home during regular business hours and we are always available 24/7 through our telephone and online support. Contact us immediately by phone with emergencies.

Anderson Propane has suspended all work requiring in-home service unless it is an emergency.  Our Anderson team members will coordinate with you to discuss your situation and service needs on an individual basis.
We have temporarily suspended leaving delivery tickets when a delivery has been made to limit exposure for our drivers and you.  However, you may request a copy of your delivery ticket to be emailed or mailed. 

What you can do to help?

  • Stay home and login to Anderson Propane’s MyFuelPortal to pay bills, check balances, order fuel and schedule service.  If you do not yet have access, go to our website,, click on the red button in the upper right hand corner “MANAGE YOUR ACCOUNT/PAY ONLINE” to get started.
  • You may also pay bills, place orders and make account information inquires by phone to our main lines, (540) 373-9096 or (804) 784-6041; our staff is standing by to help. 
  • Send your account information inquires as well as other general inquiries via email to
  • Sign up for paperless billing and text alerts that will help keep you informed on deliveries and payments.

Rest assured, we will continue to monitor the situation and will provide the latest updates and helpful resources on our Facebook page as well as  For any questions you have regarding Anderson Propane and how we are handling the COVID-19 pandemic, please email
We appreciate your trust in us and please know that we are here if you need us.


Anderson Propane’s Management Team

We are pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Blue & White Propane in Richmond, Virginia.

Selecting a buyer with the same integrity and dedication to customers was critical to the decision by Blue & White and Anderson Propane is committed to upholding their highly revered values.

As a family-owned and operated company, we remain devoted to going above and beyond for our customers, serving them the old-fashioned way with integrity and a smile. Our professionals are committed to being a customer-first company that sets the highest standards for safety and service in the industry.  Anderson Propane is passionate about delivering propane to our customers, both residential and commercial, with accuracy, integrity and a service-oriented attitude. We monitor, route and deliver propane economically and efficiently to ensure that every customer receives a constant and reliable source of propane.

At Anderson Propane, we offer many available conveniences.

You may elect to go paperless, receive text alerts for service call reminders, deliveries completed, and more.  We can make billing easy with our budget payment plan by simply splitting your estimated total propane costs into 12 easy, monthly payments.  No surprises on your bill!

Even more information about our services can be found on our website. can help you find important safety information, check out our current deals, as well as manage your account online with our fuel portal.  Plus, find out what others have to say about us on the Feedback page.

If you were a Blue & White Propane customer and have any questions or concerns regarding your account, our customer service representatives are available Monday-Friday 8am – 5pm.  You may reach us by phone, 540-373-9096 or online.  And for all of our customers, if you have an emergency, call the main line and our after-hours service will be there to take the call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We look forward to continuing the great relationship many customers had enjoyed over the years with Blue & White.

The rain poured, but that did not deter the participants in this year’s 5th Annual Anderson Golf Classic at the Fredericksburg Country Club on June 22nd, 2018.


Anderson Golf Classic

All teams arrived in the morning for registration, sponsored gift bags and breakfast. The teams teed off and the competition began with only a short delay. The tournament finished up around 1 pm, followed by a delicious lunch which the golfers enjoyed during the awards and raffle ceremony.

Awards were given to the longest drive and closest to the pin for a few holes which were sponsored by some of our guests. There were a few fun competitions at this year’s classic, because who doesn’t like a little friendly competition? The winners lucked out with this year’s prizes! Prizes included golfing equipment, Yeti coolers and a Big Green Egg with EGGcessories!

All of the proceeds for this year’s Classic are being donated to Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office program, Fight Against Heroin and Opioid Addiction. Captain Chuck Carey and 1st Sgt. Murdock Woodard of Spotsylvania County spoke about their program during the event and took questions from the audience. At the end of the ceremony, awards for the top three teams were presented followed by a gracious speech made by Mark Anderson.

The Anderson family, which has been affected personally by this epidemic, like so many other local families, hope to bring awareness to all about the dangers of opioid addiction through the Fight Against Heroin and Opioid Addiction program. Politicians, law enforcement officers and public health officials have tried to stem the growing tide of opioid overdoses. The Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office plans to use these funds to facilitate awareness, education, and provide support for our area.
As with much of our nation, more and more Virginians have become addicted to these drugs and many have died. According to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, opioids have claimed the lives of more than 2,500 people in Virginia. The number of opioid overdoses in Virginia has risen steadily over those years with 764 people having died in the last year, 325 people having died from heroin overdoses alone.
The Anderson Companies and family are incredibly appreciative for all of the generous donations. Not only did our participants donate when joining the event, but they participated in our raffles, donated gift items for all participants, purchased event polo shirts, donated gifts for the award ceremony, and some even returned their prizes for proceeds to be awarded back for such a worthy cause.

Thank you again to all who participated to make this year’s Classic one to remember!

Join the Anderson Companies in celebrating and attending this year’s Fur Ball!

Bulldog in a tuxedo

It’s time for the Third Annual Fredericksburg SPCA Fur Ball on Saturday, May 12th, located at the A. Smith Bowman Distillery.  For over 70 years, the Fredericksburg Regional SPCA has transformed the lives of needy animals and expanded their outreach in the Fredericksburg area and will continue to do so with the communities help.

With a strolling supper catered by the fabulous Legume Kitchen & Bar and music by DJ Roo.  There will also be a fine art and unique experiences auction featuring local Fredericksburg artists and businesses, plus, a wine pull raffle; this will be the event of the year!  Legume is located in the heart of Downtown Fredericksburg, Virginia.  It is a chef driven and food focused restaurant that offers a plant and seafood based dining experience that appeals to vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.  DJ Roo is a resident of the Fredericksburg area and a local favorite.  Attend the Fur Ball and see which generous local artists and businesses have donated their works for this great event.

The event is a cocktail party, so get a little dressed up in honor of our furry friends.  Tickets for the 2018 Fur Ball are still available through May 8th on the Fredericksburg Regional SPCA website.

There are three types of tickets available:

VIP Fur Ball Tickets include a champagne reception from 6-7 pm, plus reserved seating at the party.

Party Tickets are your ticket to the great party where the doors open at 7 for a great cause!

And lastly, the Animal Welfare Ticket is a discounted Party Ticket to their friends and colleagues in the animal welfare community who work for a similar or other business in the animal welfare industry.

Sponsorship for this year’s Fur Ball is still available:

The Anderson Companies under Anderson Oil Company, have donated at the Mighty Mutt Sponsorship level for this year’s ball!  We encourage you or your company to do the same, if not better and help sponsor this event while you still can.

Boxer in a tuxedo

Get your tickets or sponsor today.  We will see you there!

Anderson Propane Service is excited to announce our new Text Message Alerts!

We are always trying to find new ways to help our customers manage their accounts and provide you with the best service possible.

Now, you can receive text alerts for the following services or actions:

  • Call Ahead Delivery Reminders for those customers that have requested we call them ahead to remind them to unlock gates and secure pets.
  • Day Before Service Call Reminder
  • Service Technician in Route
  • Delivery completed lets you know exactly when we delivered and how many gallons.  Plus, the alert will provide you with a link to our online fuel portal to quickly access your account details and pay.
  • Posted Payment alerts will provide you with the added security of knowing when your payment has posted to your account.

Signing up is simple; give us a call or click here and sign up online, now.

We just need to verify your account and add the mobile number with which you wish to receive the alerts.  It really is that simple.  There is no added cost to your account for this service, however, do check with your mobile phone provider in regards to the costs of receiving messages.Woman outside using smartphoneIf you find that you no longer wish to receive the alerts, it is just as easy to cancel.  Give us a call or drop us a line with the request to terminate and we will remove this service from your account.

We want to thank everyone who attended the Annual Anderson Christmas Party on Thursday, December 14th, 2017.

Surrounded by all of the Anderson employees and their loved ones, we had a wonderful time at Brock’s Riverside Grill located in Downtown Fredericksburg.  Brock’s provided a beautiful venue and delicious dinner buffet. The buffet included crab dip, chicken tenders, chicken cordon bleu, prime rib, salad, potato salad, green beans, roasted potatoes and crab cakes! Even though everyone was full from all of the tasty food, they still had room for dessert… cake from Paul’s Bakery, an Anderson Christmas party tradition!

After everyone ate, Mark Anderson, the President of The Anderson Companies, thanked all of the employees for their hard work and making 2017 a great year. A very special thank you anniversary gift presentation was then given by Mark and Jan La Van, our Administrative Assistant, to 15 employees who have worked more than 10 years with some dedicating over 30 years to Anderson Oil and Anderson Propane.

Our Senior Vice President, Nicole Cameli, then presented the second annual Anderson Razzi Awards to those employees who stood out during the year.  We have quite a few employees up for the laugh.

Randy in his new glasses!

Next, she introduced special party goer, T-Rex, who paraded around and made many friends much to the amusement of all.

Mark and T-Rex

This was followed by Mark and his wife, Susan, calling out the raffle winners for the many prizes including cash, a large flat screen television, Yeti cooler and a Big Green Egg!

Then just when everyone thought the Christmas party could not get any better, it was time to play Left Center Right! With Mark adding extra incentive to the pot for a more competitive final round.  The lucky winner this year was Bekah, an Anderson Oil employee.

Our Left Center Right Winner Bekah and her husband, Cody

After the Anderson Company’s favorite holiday game, Mark thanked everyone for attending, and that was a wrap! Between the delicious food, presents, and good company, it was evident that everyone had a great time at the Christmas party. Anderson Oil Company, Anderson Propane Service, and Anderson Leonarkis Construction appreciate all the hard work and dedication from our employees and it was a pleasure to return the favor with gratitude, fun games, and presents.

On behalf of The Anderson Companies, we hope that you and your loved ones had a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year! 2017 was a great year and we look forward to an even better 2018!

An Artist in the Family

Vernon Anderson, more affectionately known as Van, is the second eldest of the Anderson siblings and has worked for the Anderson Companies for more than 30 years. His contribution to our work is invaluable, from helping to run one of our convenience stores back in the day to currently helping customers refill their cylinder tanks and back office daily tasks.  However, his most visible contribution is the beautiful artwork throughout our building.  His journey into art started in the early ‘70s during his primary education. Since then Van has been on his own, learning his craft, and experimenting in many facets of art. Van has strong preferences for the bright and boldness in colors. It is his hope to share color and positive energy through his art with the world and to help make it a better place.  Van has certainly enriched the lives of his family, coworkers and friends with his wonderful personality and beautiful paintings.
He works with a range of mediums including acrylics, alcohol ink and watercolor. He will paint on most anything, from canvas and tiles to porcelain objects and seashells. Much of his work is abstract, but he enjoys painting landscapes too. His work evolves during the process and he hopes that the viewer will find their own imagery in his pieces. An artist shows their true self through their craft and he is always working outside of his comfort zone to better his work.


Van has had his work displayed in many locations throughout the area. You may have seen him painting in the windows on Caroline street when Free Birds was across from Goolrick’s or maybe you have had the opportunity to see his work displayed at the Ponshop when they have their annual Remixed Vinyl Album Art Show.  He is also a regular at Tinsel Town hosted by the Sunken Well each December.  However, the best place to see his work and catch him creating now is at Darbytown Art Studio on Charles Street in downtown Fredericksburg.

Darbytown Art Studio and its Artists

Darbytown is a quaint studio which opened up earlier this year with a collection of wonderful artists.  Started by Jeannie Ellis as a place to escape and experiment with art, she found that the space was a bit big for her and could use some company.  Through a mutual friend, she found that Van was looking for a new studio and the great cooperative space began.  Not long afterwards, Van found Amanda Carter and thus began the newest edition to our area’s collection of art and craftsman studios.

Jeannie Ellis, Van Anderson and Amanda Carter


Jeannie Ellis is a beginner in art, but you wouldn’t know it to see her paintings.  She will tell you that she took one watercolor class in 1998 and was done.  Then out of the blue and with her love of nature, she wanted to try her hand at expressing the beauty in her surroundings.   What she is developing is a beautiful meticulous process in acrylic and watercolor painting within the last year.  To counteract the tedious detailed pieces of birds and other wildlife, she lets loose on the abstract acrylic pouring.  She will even comment that she “feels a pour coming on” after completing one of her more detailed pieces. These pours are just as beautiful as the others and allow you to see the tranquility of her happy place, a birds-eye-view of ocean waters.


Amanda Carter took up painting more than 8 years ago.  While living in Africa she developed her impressionistic style and over the years uses it in her landscape paintings.  This is matched along with her very detailed oil paintings of cows, cats, and still lifes.  As Amanda’s daily life wound down and she could focus on the better part of life after retirement, she is more vigorous in her art which even includes modern vivid and african influenced quilting.  She uses the brightest colors which she says may have been influenced by her time living in both the Virgin Islands and Africa or her failing eyesight, she can’t decide.  Either way, you can’t help but be mesmerized by the fluffy clouds floating over a seascape or smile at the cute cows grazing in a field (she loves cows).


Darbytown has since expanded after the three of them joined forces and now includes  Tronja, a contemporary artist illustrator.  They also have a jeweler and another tenant starting at the beginning of the new year.

They love working and painting together in this shared space.  It gives them a chance to receive constructive criticism, encouragement to try other techniques or subjects to paint and inspiration to create new works.  None of them got into art for the money, but have found in this studio, an appreciation for the hard work that goes into a piece and the joy of the piece being sold to a loving home.

December’s First Friday Event

Every First Friday in downtown Fredericksburg the local art and pottery galleries have their opening receptions for their new exhibits. Many of the other local businesses are also open late and have special activities.

Darbytown premiered their gallery during last month’s First Friday and has made their studio a must to stop in and see the new works each month.  December’s First Friday is a great time to go see what they have made just in time for the holidays.  Van has painted beautiful ornaments and Amanda has a fantastic collection of small cat portraits.  But, all of them have created several small and larger works that would make that perfect personal gift for a friend or loved one.

If you miss out on First Friday, do not fret, their gallery is usually open Monday through Saturday from Noon to 5pm.  Plus, you can see and purchase their work during a few different shows this month.  Van will be at the Sunken Well for their annual Tinsel Town, December 7th and on December 12th, he is participating in the Holiday Pop-Up Art Shop at the Colonial Tavern.  You can also see works by both Van and Amanda currently at Lizz’s Creative Juices.

Don’t forget to check them out online and see what other upcoming events where the artists are participating:

Thank you for visiting us at the Fredericksburg Fall Home & Craft Festival!

This past weekend, October 21st – 22nd, 2017, Anderson Propane Service and Anderson Leonarkis Construction had a blast at the Fredericksburg Fall Home & Craft Festival that took place at the Fredericksburg Expo and Conference Center!

All of us here at Anderson Propane and Anderson Leonarkis Construction are beyond happy with the turnout at the 2017 Fredericksburg Fall Home & Craft Festival! At the festival, we had a nice range of the products we sell including a Big Green Egg. We showcased products that work for natural gas, wood and pellets in addition to propane, as well as, vented and vent-free items. Our experts were on hand to discuss heating and hearth needs from product selection to installation and service.


Jorge Leonarkis and Chris Hardin from Anderson Leonarkis also had a great time this weekend. Both of them were ready to share their knowledge in everything construction! They also stayed busy by handing out lots of free giveaways like beach balls, Frisbees, and lunch bags full of goodies. Future home builders stopped by their booth to view pictures of their completed work and view potential plans. They also got to chat with them about their new home construction and residential remodeling plans. We take pride in providing exceptional customer service and quality workmanship.

Stay tuned for more information on the Fredericksburg Spring Home Show in March!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Anderson Companies have been proud sponsors for both the American Cancer Society and the Fredericksburg Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.  Donating money and joining in on raising awareness is important, but sometimes we wish to do more.  Sharing one’s story of survival or loss can bring perspective and comfort to others.  We are proud to have Laura, a survivor working here at Anderson.

As a school assignment, her daughter, Sarah, had written about their experience of living and  surviving a battle with breast cancer. It may have started as a school assignment, but for us, it turned into a story of hope.  In an open letter to others, here is Laura’s story of survival through the eyes of her now 17-year old daughter.


When I was five my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer.  At the time, I thought it was good news; it meant that I could spend more time with her and she could stay home with me.  I didn’t realize how serious her diagnosis was.  I thought she was merely sick and getting better would be easy, but I was wrong.

At first there was no change, my mom was the same bubbly mom I was used to, looking back I realize she was trying to hide the symptoms so she wouldn’t worry us.  But some moments she couldn’t hide, like the numerous doctor’s appointments taking hours and her fatigue.  She seemed happy though she didn’t have to work and we were always used to her positivity and perseverance which helped us get through.  Some days were better than others and my mom reminded me and my siblings that the doctor said she was slowly getting better, but to me, it seemed like she was getting worse.  I remember someone telling me cancer could kill her, I didn’t believe it was possible.  I told her about my encounter and she told me I had nothing to worry about, she was in the process of beating cancer’s butt.

Hope.  People tell me today it’s getting harder and harder to find hope, I disagree.  At such a young age I understood the word in depth.  I have forgotten many things from my childhood, but having hope is not one of them.  One of the memories I have from my mother’s journey was when we were in a church prayer circle and everyone had their hands on my mom, they were crying and afterwards everyone gives my mom and me a hug, I guess at that moment I really experienced hope.  The odds were against us but somehow we knew my mom would be fine.

May 6, 2005.  My mom was cancer-free.  After a long year of fighting, my mom had finally won.  She was better!  I no longer had to worry about her dying, she was better and everyone in my family was overjoyed.  Her experience was also my experience.  We lived this nightmare together, but it ended up becoming a dream.  I got to spend an entire year with my mom and our battle had taught me a lot, such as that giving up was never an option, it taught me that finding hope is more than just an action, it’s a way of life. Most of all, it taught me that family will always be there no matter the circumstance.  Our experience helped shape me to become the person I am today; I always look at the bright side and I don’t look at doubt as an issue, I look at doubt as a challenge I can overcome.


Laura believes that she has a message to bring others and we see her message as one of hope and compassion; it is never more present than in these words from her daughter.

We have no greater way to express the love and respect that we have for our employees, customers, friends and families than to show compassion and understanding for the struggles they face every day. We would like to thank Sarah for so eloquently expressing her admiration for her mother’s courage and for allowing us to share her message of hope.

We had a great time at the Cigar, Bourbon and Beer Festival!

We would like to thank all who came out to the Cigar, Bourbon and Beer Festival on Saturday, August 26, 2017. The weather was beautiful and there was a great turn out! Joe Haynes, author of Virginia Barbecue: A History, joined us. He grilled and barbecued up some delicious samples for all who stopped by our tent. MOINK balls, pulled pork, and peach cobbler – all made on the Big Green Egg!

Operations Coordinator, Stephanie Pruett and Sales & Service Manager, Brian Stanley, handed out samples and wowed the crowd with their Big Green Egg knowledge. Some freebies at our tent were koozies, wrist bands, and BGE recipe books.



Did you enjoy the samples? Try making them yourself with these simple recipes!

Virginia-style Barbecued Pork on the Big Green Egg

1 8-pound pork butt

2 tablespoons kosher salt

2 tablespoons coarse ground black pepper

1 tablespoon mild paprika

1 teaspoon red pepper flakes

¼ cup apple cider vinegar

1 tablespoon of unsalted butter

Bring your Big Green Egg to 275 – 290 degrees Fahrenheit with the place setter installed. Use hickory chunks for smoke.

Make the Virginia-style barbecue rub by thoroughly mixing the salt, pepper, paprika and red pepper flakes in a bowl. Apply a light coat of unsalted butter along with a few sprinkles of vinegar to the entire meat side surface of the pork butt. Follow that with a medium coat of rub.

Barbecue the pork uncovered in the Big Green Egg at 275 to 290 degrees Fahrenheit for 3 hours. After 3 hours, tightly wrap the pork butt in two layers of aluminum foil and return it to the smoker. When the pork is tender, after about 3 to 4 more hours, remove it from the smoker and let it rest for 30 minutes. The internal temperature of the pork butt should be at least 200 degrees Fahrenheit. However, don’t go by temperature alone; tenderness is the true guide. Use the barbecue to make sandwiches topped with coleslaw and a little Virginia-style barbecue sauce. Recipes for the sauces from the festival can be found in the book Virginia Barbecue: A History. Serves 12 to 15 people.


Moo (beef meatball) + Oink (bacon) = MOINK

1 package of pre-cooked beef meatballs


Black Pepper & Cayenne Pepper

Barbecue sauce


Big Green Egg with the place setter at 325 degrees F

Cut the bacon into lengths just long enough to make one wrap around a meatball with a little over hang that will be pierced by the toothpick to hold it in place. Wrap the meatballs with the bacon, stick a toothpick in to hold the bacon in place and season with the black pepper. The cayenne is optional. If you use it, use as little or as much as you like.

Put the MOINK balls on your Big Green Egg and close the lid. Let the MOINK balls cook until the bacon is done and is as crispy as you like. The internal temperature of the meats shouldn’t be less than 165F. Using a basting brush, apply a little barbecue sauce to the MOINK balls and let them cook for about another 5 minutes to allow the barbecue sauce to caramelize. Remove from the Big Green Egg and serve.


Big Green Egg Peach Cobbler

1/2 cup unsalted butter

1 cup self-rising flour

2 cups sugar (divided into 3/4 cup each)

1/4 tsp salt

1 cup milk or buttermilk

4 cups peaches, peeled and sliced (fresh, frozen or canned & drained)

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1/4 tsp cinnamon

1/8 tsp nutmeg

Bring the Big Green Egg to 350 degrees Fahrenheit with the place setter installed. Melt the butter in an 8-quart Dutch Oven or 11″ x 13″ disposable aluminum pan or a 12” cast iron skillet that’s been placed in the BGE.

Mix flour, 1 cup of the sugar and salt in a bowl. Add the milk or buttermilk and stir just until all ingredients are mixed. Pour the batter into the pan over the melted butter. DO NOT STIR.

In a saucepan, bring the peaches, the remaining cup of sugar, the lemon juice and the spices to a simmer over medium high-heat long enough to melt the sugar. Pour this mixture into the dutch over or aluminum pan or skillet (whichever one you are using) over the batter. DO NOT STIR.

Cook the cobbler in the BGE for 35 to 45 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from the BGE and let the cobbler cool until warm before serving.

If you missed us at the Cigar, Bourbon and Beer Festival, don’t forget to stop by Anderson Propane Service’s showroom and take a look at our great selection of Big Green Egg items and Eggcessories!


Your Experience Is Our Top Priority.

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Your response time was amazing and Sebastian was professional, friendly and knowledgeable. A propane leak was found immediately from the Regulator leaking and he responded to repair it . Great work!!!

Sue Hall

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I am very satisfied with the entire Anderson team. Everyone at Anderson went out of their way to make my wife and I feel like one of the Anderson Family. When they were completed doing our Gas Conversion job, Sherry and I were very confident that we couldn’t have found anyone that could’ve done a better job. Thank you very much Anderson Propane!

Larry Thompson

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My wife even made a nice comment about how well the technician performed his job! Your salesman Tony is the spoon that steers the pudding for me.

Chuck Reece

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Your response time was amazing and Sebastian was professional, friendly and knowledgeable. A propane leak was found immediately from the Regulator leaking and he responded to repair it . Great work!!!

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I am very satisfied with the entire Anderson team. Everyone at Anderson went out of their way to make my wife and I feel like one of the Anderson Family. When they were completed doing our Gas Conversion job, Sherry and I were very confident that we couldn’t have found anyone that could’ve done a better job. Thank you very much Anderson Propane!

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My wife even made a nice comment about how well the technician performed his job! Your salesman Tony is the spoon that steers the pudding for me.

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I was impressed from the 1st time I spoke to someone. The lady on the phone was relaxed, helpful and patient, explaining the process and how things would go. The best part was the gentlemen who came out to look at our tank, equipment, lines and repairing as needed.

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I had a great experience with Anderson! Landscapers accidentally severed the feed line into my house, and they advised me of the immediate actions I needed to take, things to be aware of and had a manager and field tech out for the repair almost immediately. Very impressed with the service!

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After purchasing our new home we called to set up account and the next day they were over doing a safety inspection, installed wireless monitor and ensured we we informed of proper carbon monoxide alarm placement. Awesome service.

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Just when you loose hope in in customer service Stephanie comes along and gives you faith that it will all be okay. Amazing does not even come close to there service she provided during a difficult situation.

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I have been with Anderson Propane for 19 years. I am very happy with all the services they provide. The staff there is also the best…

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The Gentleman who came to test the equipment and perform a safety check was on time, professional, knowledgeable and very easy to talk to. he explained things well. Great job!

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The technician explained everything with ease. Sure do appreciate their understanding in our situation and helpfulness.

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Excellent experience, from setting up the service request, receiving the quote, and completing the service.

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All of the people we interfaced with were professional and courteous. Installation was prompt and well done. Safety was a clear priority. A job well done by all.

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Turnkey Installation Simplifies Your Project.

When you work with Anderson Propane, you can depend on our turnkey process from start to finish. We partner with dependable, local electricians and plumbers to coordinate installation of generators and tankless water heaters. That means that we schedule each element of the project and provide one invoice upon completion. How easy is that!

Anderson Hearth & Home is pleased to offer customers an in-person shopping experience at our live burning showroom. Stop by to view our expansive display of fireplaces, inserts, stoves, gas logs, grills, and more.